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Old 05-15-2020, 10:10 PM   #1
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the gun that came with it is a piece, looking for something for mostly interior latex jobs priming,ceilings doors and trim. i dont really know where to start, looking to get spoon fed
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Old 05-16-2020, 12:46 PM   #2
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Graco silver plus or the graco contractor gun I don't like the new PC gun, too much plastic.
I also really like the tritech gun very nice gun
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I agree. The classic all metal Graco PC gun is indestructable and very user friendly. Especially for the price. Although for fine finish work I'm looking into one of those Tritech guns. Even my new Graco PC wants to spit on me.
Still not sure if its the nature of those guns or my rig itself..
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I agree. The classic all metal Graco PC gun is indestructable and very user friendly. Especially for the price. Although for fine finish work I'm looking into one of those Tritech guns. Even my new Graco PC wants to spit on me.
Still not sure if its the nature of those guns or my rig itself..

The tritech gun feels similar to the metal graco gun but with much faster fluid shutoff. Only issue is making sure you have a good stock of filters not as easy to find as graco filters.
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