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Looks like "Bonny" markets the good old Richpens now
And anybody who uses the cutaway handle (Other than to stare at the needle chucking nut)?
(To be fair, the H&S Infinity cutaway allows one to adjust...
I don't know! :) I do not, and also don't use the "Cutaway handle" (and, in fact, find it annoying), but as I told you on my first post, I use the...
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If I understood @DaveG correctly, this only happens if you want to use a V2 0.18 needle on one of the "0.23 microns" (CM-C/CM-C+/PS770).
Too bad the through hole is not there anymore. I use it to safely re-introduce the needle. Hopefully, the V1 back handle is compatible with V2...
Thanks for the info Mr. Micron!
I'm not trying to be contrarian/irritating here. Just curious. I'll post whatever information I have on the relevant thread.
Thanks for this info....
I wish I knew! :)
Here's the info for (what used to be) the Olympos factory:
Thanks for you reply Dave.
Just a clarification on "The factory that makes all current Japanese Airbrushes" topic. It is my understanding that:
Thanks for your reply Joseph. Are you aware of any thread where parts compatibility is discussed or shall I start a new one?
The "A" is for "Adjustable", meaning the airbrush has and adjustable/"pre-set" handle.
My name is Hector Lagos, I'm from Santiago, Chile.
I've used the airbrush for painting scale plastic model kits (mostly war...