Which airbrush do you use?

Which Airbrush Do You Use?


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Mr.Micron

Royal pain in the air hose
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Being I still use my old paasche for thing like the kids book bag and anything shooting straight createx I will add it to the list But 75 % of the time is my CS the other is Micron CM-C Plus.
 
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Paul

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Badger Krome for me now. I also use a Badger 150 and 175. I've had the Krome for about a week and am very impressed. I am new to airbrushing and was struggling with my older Badgers. The Krome made everything I was working on seem much easier. It just feels very smooth and I am able to get consistent results with it. I have heard so much about Iwatas that I would love to give them a shot also.
 
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ferret

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I use the Aztek 470m metal bodied AB .I got this full kit new at a steal so i just took the plunge and glad i did .If like me you have arthritis especially in the hands i have found it considerably more comfortable to use .I like the nozzle options which IMHO ,help simplify things like textured effects and spraying larger areas .You can also use as a single action if required .I have even repaired cars with it rather than getting my full size kit out .Cleaning is a breeze .
 
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Malsograf

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I use the Aztek 470m metal bodied AB .I got this full kit new at a steal so i just took the plunge and glad i did .If like me you have arthritis especially in the hands i have found it considerably more comfortable to use .I like the nozzle options which IMHO ,help simplify things like textured effects and spraying larger areas .You can also use as a single action if required .I have even repaired cars with it rather than getting my full size kit out .Cleaning is a breeze .

Whoops, sorry, i omit Aztek to the list and i don't see from where to add.

+1 Aztec = 7.14% :)
 
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mika

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H&S Evolution Silverline Two in One & Iwata HI-LINE hp ch, Badger 350 Spray Gun
 
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AndreZA

Air-Valve Autobot!
What I use and and what I have are two different things.

I use my Iwata HP-CS most.
I have locked in storage
1x Badger 105 Patriot
2x Badger 150 (looks like 150s. does not have markings on)

Also in my possession on loan from a friend for the next 18 months
1x Aztek (don't know model. It's the plastic one in the wooden box and 9 nozzles)
1x AB-130 (Chinese knock-off)
1x AB-132 (Chinese knock-off)
1x Badger 150
 
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mika

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it`s the Aztek A4709 whit the the wooden box and 9 nozzles :)
read good things and do the work nice about the pistol but i`m not a friend from plastic...
 
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AndreZA

Air-Valve Autobot!
it`s the Aztek A4709 whit the the wooden box and 9 nozzles :)
read good things and do the work nice about the pistol but i`m not a friend from plastic...

Thanks.

It does work very nice but it's just too light. And that dial thingy that makes it single action is a dumb idea. If you want double action, the nozzle only starts opening up halfway through the pull. And it creaks.
 
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Fire Brush

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Iwata Kustom CM for fine work. Badger 360 for large areas.
 
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Phatboy

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Mainly 2 iwata eclipse hp-cs and iwata kustom micron cm

But been using badger krome impressed
 
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Midnight Magus

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Badger Sotar 2020. Just got an Iwata Neo, which is much better than I expected for the money. Grex XN before that; not bad but has developed a sticky trigger and was always prone to clog easily (might have been the paint I was using). The Sotar 2020 paints like a dream; amazing detail.
 
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ProperlyStained

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H&S Infinity for detail, Iwata Eclipse HP-CS for everything. I own two Passche's, but can't seem to get either one dialed in.
 
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eenasha

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I use a passche vl0810. I am glad this is on here. I am shopping for another gun and I wasn't sure what to get. This will help some :)
 
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