Customs: hobby spray kit

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  1. iheartarcee

    iheartarcee Idonotheartbeastwars

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    frenzyrumble Banned

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    it's decent for quick jobs, not detail, and those gunk up a lot. Not the best, more like...about what you're paying for it.
     
  3. TonyzCustomz

    TonyzCustomz Am I doin it rite? TFW2005 Supporter

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    I would not go with an external mixing unit EVER, let alone that thing. I suggest that you look at some of Testors Aztek line, good and affordable.
     
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    NotFastEnuff I'm a smartass...

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    If you want that, Hobby Lobby sells one that I'm pretty sure is that one for $20. I also agree, go with an internal mix. It'll make life a LOT easier.
     
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    Optimist_Prime The Original Optimist!

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    With airbrushes you truely get what you pay for. The more you spend, typically, you'll be getting better quality.
     
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    iheartarcee Idonotheartbeastwars

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    They have this kit at my hobby shop. I think its around 20 dollars. Good? Bad?
     

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