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Sort of OT...Paint sprayers

I've been looking for a simple spray setup for projects in the house and came across this line of sprayers
http://www.jackssmallengines.com/ch_hvlpsprayer.cfm

Has anyone used something like this and would it work for painting the P-car?

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I couldn't get the link to work but I found the site. The guns they have look very similar to what you can get at Harbor Freight for less. HF may not have the HVLP gravity feed, but they are easy to come by at various prices.
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fixed the link...
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I have the Wagner version of the $460.00 gun. Works pretty good on shutters, I wouldn't paint my car with it. LOL
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Thumbs up Painting system

I also have the Wagner version, did great on a storage barn in back yard. I wouldn't paint my 914 with it! That could be because of the idiot running it,or the obvious low quality of the product. Stick with name brands for Auto work, DeVilbus or Binks, or simular. My 2 cents Dave
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even the most expensive one on there doesn't look like anything I would trust. We just got a gravity feed gun from hf and it works amazing. I wish we woulda got rid of our old cannister gun along time ago now. For how much you would spend on one of those expensive hvlp guns you could probably by a mid size air compressor and a good gravity feed gun. I think we only paid like 80 bucks for our gun.
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