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Paasche Talon Airbrush Review

 
Paasche Talon Review
Paasche Talon Review
Paasche Talon Review

 
Overview
 

Manufacture: Paasche Airbrush Company
 
Type: , , , ,
 
Price
5.0


 
Quailty
5.0


 
Total Score
5.0
5/ 10


 


Bottom Line

The TG is Paasche’s finest detail airbrush allowing the user to achieve hair line detail and using our optional fan head wider patterns up to 3 inches.

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Posted April 11, 2013 by

 
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Airbrush Review – Paasche Talon

Double action gravity feed airbrush

The Paasche TG is a double action gravity feed airbrush. The airbrush features a chrome plated body and anodized aluminum handle for durability. A PTFE packing allows the TG to handle any water or solvent based paint. Clean up is as simple as spraying your paint cleaner though the airbrush and wiping of the needle. The TG is best used for those requiring high end detail. Applications including automotive graphics, models, taxidermy, cake decorating, tattoos, finger nails, graphic arts, illustration, etc. The TG airbrush is made and assembled in the US and includes the following. (6) TG#2 double action airbrush with .4 oz cup and manual. Six pack of TG#2 less accessory airbrushes. The TG is Paasche’s newest airbrush and delivers the finest detail of all our models. The handle includes a needle stop to assist with consistent paint release. Installed with head size (.38mm)

 

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2 Comments


  1.  

    I did not like this airbrush. I noticed right away on its first motorcycle project. The rubber washers gave me problems. The more I sprayed automotive paints…the rubber seemed to get almost gummy or rubbery. The gun could not finish the job. I felt cheated of my money. The airbrush is still sitting on my counter…

      


  2.  

    This is a nice brush. I use acrylics I found no problem with it handling the finer paints. It did handle well and for the price it is a nice brush. While it will give the fine detail; care must be taken in choosing the correct products to spray through it. I would not recommend this brush for thicker paints or for T shirts. It is pretty though. I bought mine when they first came out and I am happy with it.

      



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