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Livin in Mass with Cali roots

Discussion in 'Introductions!' started by McGrFx, Jan 11, 2017.


  1. McGrFx

    McGrFx Young Tutorling

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    Just poppin in to say a few words. It was suggested I introduce myself after i posted a question in a forum earlier. So I am 34, from Fresno California, I played around with airbrushing with my dad back in the 80's early 90's, mostly just watched. It hasnt been until recent that I started to get back into actually learning the art of airbrush and the applications. My wife got me a whole set of stuff for my birthday and I have been self teaching here and there. Money is tight right now, so I dont spend as much with it as I would like. Currently I am using a Master Series Multipurpose G22 and G222 set with mainly opaque creatix brand colors. I was using a badger 155, but my son lost the trigger while cleaning and I havent found one to replace since. Other than that, I just doodle or paint when i have money or time to do so. Trying to keep my craft alive some how.
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    Ricky Spanish Needle-chuck Ninja

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    Welcome aboard from Canada
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    JackEb The Dragon Hunter Staff Member Admin

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    welcome from Australia.
    most start with the 'knock off' brushes, so don't worry to much about that, it will at least give you a feel for what is going on and if you damage something (as per your other thread) it wont cost you an arm and a leg :)
    Hopefully you will get your issues sorted shortly and then eventually upgrade your brush when $$ allows.
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    markjthomson Very happy! Staff Member Mod

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    Welcome from New Zealand. Do you still have the Badger...? Mr Badger (Ken?) is here somewhere he might be able to help...
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    MeeshellMP Goddess Queen of carts Mod

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    Welcome aboard! I started with the master g22, not bad to get basic steps with
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    Basstrack238 Needle-chuck Ninja

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    Welcome! Check wynwyn it's the website for badger parts. I would get a renagade trigger for it. They should fit no problem, get that 155 up and running again. I run all badger guns and have ordered from them before. Good service.
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    McGrFx Young Tutorling

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    Ok thanks, I will check that out
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    McGrFx Young Tutorling

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    yes i do and I liked using it. My dad used badgers and I know they are good. The one i have is a used and kind of dated I bought off someone and it worked well, but when I got the new ones, i let my son use it so he could practice and he lost the trigger.
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    McGrFx Young Tutorling

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    I know everyone has their own preference, but since funds are limited and I hate having to constantly change out colors between 2 brushes. what is a good recommendation for IDK maybe 3 additional brushes that work well, but are not high priced?
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    Basstrack238 Needle-chuck Ninja

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    Used badgers, I have a couple 150's and a 105 I picked up cheap on the flea bay. I'm sure you could find other brands as well. I like my renegades, but they bit more
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    Welcome from 45 minutes south of Fresno.
    Enjoy...
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