So many spray guns on the market, this video/blog was a bit of fun for me to make by listing my top 10 Spray Guns, it was actually a pretty easy list to put together.
So in this video I have included a small amount of video footage of each spray gun and a quick description explaining why it made the position, I hope you enjoy watching my Top 10 Spray Gun video.
See below video for the order of my Top 10 including photos and a brief description.
Number 10: DeVilbiss GTI (Millennium USA)
10th place is the DeVilbiss GTI, this was the first spray gun I ever bought and I have done many great paint jobs behind the trigger of my trusty old GTI.
Spray Gun Technology has advanced since then but still a great gun and after over 15 years of near daily use still going strong.
Number 9: Anest Iwata LPH400
Taking out 9th place in my Top 10 Spray Guns is the Anest Iwata LPH400, a spray gun that I have only used a few times but straight away knew it was a great gun, well priced, good looking, top gun made in Japan to the best quality standards.
Easy to setup and capable of replicating near any finish.
Number 8: ANI R150-T Mini Gun
8th Place in my Top 10 Spray Guns is the ANI R150-T 1.0mm Mini Gun, I believe all painters needs a good mini gun these days, they are ideal for painting wheels, bike frames, motorbike parts and anything that’s a bit small for a full sized gun, this gun is well priced and although only new in my arsenal it seems to be well made, time will tell how it lasts.
Number 7: Airgunsa AZ3 1.8mm Primer Gun
7th place is the Airgunsa AZ3 1.8mm, I also think that all tradesmen need a good primer gun, apprentices never seem to look after the workshop gun so having a good primer gun on hand that’s properly clean is a must if you ask me, this gun is also available with a 1.3mm setup but I am yet to use it.
Made in Italy by Airgunsa owned by the Anest Iwata company.
Number 6: Anest Iwata W400 Bellaria
Number 6 is the Anest Iwata W400 Bellaria, a light weight classic spray gun that has been only very slightly altered from the original W400, again made to top quality Japanese standards. Very easy to setup, capable of awesome finishes and affordable.
I have found the gun is best suited to MS clears & basecoats due to it being LVLP, if using HS clears it is recommended to use a little more reducer and this will improve the finish.
Number 5: Anest Iwata Supernova
Coming in at number 5 is the Anest Iwata Supernova, I’d have to say it’s the coolest looking spray gun ever made and wouldn’t look out of place on a Star Wars set, it was designed by Italian company Pininfarina, but looks are not the only thing this gun has to offer, it absolutely pumps on a mad coat of clear, capable of using basecoats and 2k colours also, don’t forget to come in 2 turns with that fan control and you’re off.
Number 4: SATAjet 5000-B RP Digital
Taking out 4th spot is the big SATAjet 5000B RP, it looks very similar to the previous SATAjet models so the die hard fans won’t be upset but previously I was yet to find a SATA that quite suited my style well that all changed with the 5K the big pumper, I think this gun is more suited to custom work with its massive fan and fluid just flows so quickly, but the price tag is high otherwise it may have been up a place or 2.
Number 3: DeVilbiss SGK 1.4mm (FLG5)
3rd place is the amazing DeVilbiss SGK-600-BV 1.4mm, otherwise known as the FLG5.
This gun is easily the best budget gun on the market, tired of buying cheap guns that last a year? Well this is the gun to upgrade to, I have advised many people to get this gun and everyone is impressed with how it preforms, it has a massive fan and pumps out a nice amount of paint, it has featured in lots of my videos and I am happy to put it above the SATA 5k because you could buy 4+ of these before you buy one SATA 5K.
2nd is the DeVilbiss GPI, did you say Versatility, Affordability, Quality or Preformance? This gun has it all, made in the same mold as the GTI the GPI now offers the quality without the price tag and with the option to get 1.4, 1.6 & 1.8mm fluit tips, this one gun will do it all from primer with the 1.8mm to acrylic with the 1.6mm and any basecoat, 2k colours & clear coats with the 1.4mm. Again another new gun in my collection but easily takes out 2nd place.
Number 1: DeVilbiss GTI Pro lite (Tekna Pro lite USA)
1 Gun to rule them all, the DeVilbiss GTI Pro lite is an amazing gun at a reasonable price, available in 1.2, 1.3 & 1.4mm setups and with the choice of 3 air caps allowing the painter to change the air cap to suit the spraying conditions and material used, the Tekna model sold in the USA is near identical but has a black body and no air regulator on the gun but this is not a problem as I like to run an extra gun regulator anyway, I also have noticed that they are a bit cheaper in USA and come in great packages with multiple air caps and fluid tips.
But does this gun lay on a coat of paint or what, easy to setup, made by the DeVilbiss company who founded the spray gun and built to top quality standards in the UK.
This was a bit of fun for me making a Top 10 spray gun list but this is all based upon my personal opinion, It took all of a few minutes to write my list out but hours putting the video and blog together for you all to see, be sure to leave a comment below & let us all know what guns would have made your top 10 list.
– What do you think about the LVMP spray guns – I find a nice flat finish with a low air pressure setting at the gun.
It seems the best so far applying my Colour Dip N peel – A Liquid Vinyl Wrap
I sent you some photos of our Nissan Cube in Chameleon,
If you send me your address I can send you some free samples to try.
We also have Pearls and Pigments FX .com.au if you check our website – have samples available for you to try as well- Candy,Pearls,Holographic,Metallic,Alloy Chameleon – Multi coloured pearls, fluro,glow in the dark
Never used or heard of LVMP spray guns, when I am setup in BKK I’ll give you my address and get some samples, just email me that way I can give you my address firstname.lastname@example.org
What do u think about the got plus gun haven’t seen review on it
I have 2 sata RP 4000 b’sCan I also have 2 Devilbiss Plus I actually prefer the devilbiss plus 4 clear over my satas Open daily professionally and dealerships for about 25 years and I find the devil best plus to be an all around decent gun I especially love them for Single stage
Amigo, o que você acha da DeVilbiss Tekna comparada com a Iwata Bellaria?
Finally a painter i wish i could work with. I was tired of the big shops wanting just get it done dont worry about a nice job we will just have somebody rub it. So i left the trade . I came out of retirement to spray a 1968 cornet acrylic enamel and smashed that job like i never left the trade. Im now been asked to paint another job. This will be clear coated. Last gun i had was sata 95 which i can get a glass finish no problem. I would like to try a new gun with i pattern or the best gun for clear. Material is non issue owner has plenty. Its a high solids 3:1:1 Two coat per manufacture recommends. I was thinking w400 or ls400 orPro lite with t20 . I spray exactly like your style. Thanks from USA
Bought the Pro-lite and AZ3 on your recommendation! Getting ready to start a paint class in the evenings at the local college.
Great, let us know how it goes mate.
Hello Gunman, what actual USA model number matches your number 1 gti pro lite? I am about to buy this gun ….Devilbiss DVR 905042 Prolite Kit. Is that similar to your number 1?
Would you be the John Lynch that worked with DeVilbiss some time ago?
ive been painting for years with cheap crappy guns (part time hobby on my own cars), i want to buy a new gun for base and one for clear.. i notice you are always spraying clear with the gti pro lite now.. should i get a second one for base, with the te10 cap and a larger needle? or do you recommend something else.. theres a digital version of it now too which was the one i was going to get (te20 cap and 1.3mm tip for clear)
ironically my current guns are both the star s4000 which you have said is the worst gun you have ever experienced.. so anything will be a step up.. haha
Haha, yeah anything will be an improvement from the S4000, As far as advice on a gun or setup goes I’d like to know a bit more like where are you and what’s the climate, what kind of paint are you using, are you a diy guy or automotive refinisher, what’s your budget also is money a big issue? But without knowing all that I’d say if you want 2 guns I’d get the DeVilbiss GPI 1.4mm for basecoat, then the GTI Pro lite TE20 1.3mm for clear. Another good option is the SGK 1.4mm another cheap gun but real good.
Heya. Thanks for your reply. I’m in Perth Western Australia. Have a “prep bay” with a semi down draft setup for painting in. Two walls are painted gyprock or concrete with the other two walls being the booth intake wall and the other a heavy clear vinyl curtain
Money isn’t super tight. A couple of 500 dollar guns was what I was aiming at. Can’t justify guns like the sata 5000 etc
Enthusiast not refinisher. But cars are my life. Have painted probably 10-12 cars for myself and a lot of smal projects in between for myself and friends/family. I’ve been using DuPont paints until now. Changing to Standox as a friend of mine has a panel shop with the standox mixing system
So I would still be recommending what I mentioned above, not like there’s anything wrong with the pro lite TE20 for basecoat but I guess it will save you a few bucks and also that way you’ve got a couple of different guns. The GPI can also be upgraded to a primer gun by purchasing the extra tips, It’s my primer/base gun at the moment. I highly recommend SpraygunsDirect and they recently said anyone they think has come as a result of me will definitely be treated well, buy from where you want really but I have only had good dealings with them http://www.spraygunsdirect.co.uk/
Awesome thanks. Will definitely check them out
Hi, I am brand new to this. I’ve been rebuilding my road bike from the ground up, including repainting it. I’ve been using a spray can system called spray.bike. Suffice it to say that the quality is not up to my expectations. (I do wood working as a hobby and spend a lot of time on the finishing.). I’m now thinking about taking some frame design/building classes and would like to learn how to paint a frame to a professional grade level. I also plan on adding stencils, stickers, etc., and maybe even trying some airbrushing. Which paint guns(s) would you recommend. Do I need separate guns for primer, base and clearcoat, or would one gun suffice. Also, is there a particular type of compressor you could recommend? Ideally, I could also use the spray gun for wood working projects. A lot of questions, I know.
Hello gunman, I’m from USA up in northern Minnesota. I just but a dv1 and after hearing your review on it, I regret buying it. So my question, is the tekna lite the better gun over all? For a primer gun I’m thinking the flg5, or is there something better?
The quality of the final painting of GTI makes some difference for SGK600BV? The different prices between guns is razoable?
They are both good guns but the gti is a better gun, the SGK is a good entry level gun that will give good finishes without breaking the bank.
I bought a Iwata LPH 400 134 LVX and would like to know if you have used this gun and what you think? I’ve heard the 1.4 needle is the way to go in this gun . What are your thoughts and review of this gun ? Thank you ! Your videos are awesome !!
Hi mate, check this one.
First of all congratulations for your great job and of couarse your great help to us all!
I wanted to ask you about which spray gun to choose..
I’m a DIYer not a proffesional but still “Handy” with spray painting.
Mostly i refinishing furniture coats + laquers but i’m interested also for motorcycle plastics + tanks or a small repair for my car (A bumper or a door panel).
I got two guns. Asturo 1.8mm italian (I think) low bugdet gun for primers and a Star S-106 1.4mm (not HVLP).
I’m tottaly satisfied from Asturo as a primer and furniture (heavy) clear coat with this 1.8mm tip.
I’ve use the Star also for some jobs with great result.
Also i used it for an automotive repair for a bumber. Basecoat was ok. Clear coat was a bit orange peel.
My 1.4mm Star S-106 is ok for clear coats? I’m thinking to but the S-106 with 1.7mm and the Star mini S-106T with 0.8mm for small jobs..Whats your advice?
I’m asking just for clear coats (automotive + motorcycle)
Nice man, I’m a trade spraypainter, but do IT for a job!…
I still do a lot of week-end work, mostly Pinball machines (playfield) restores and finish off using Express clear at 4:1.
I also do motorbikes and just recently a full respray, been using my Iwata W400
What Cap would you recommend I use, I was thinking 1.3 with either TE20, but like the idea of the TE10 (low pressure low volume)
Oh, what do you think about the Pro Lites with the digital display that sits on-top of the gun (not at the base)
hi Gunman! Nice job on this review!!! I wonder if the GPI have another name for the USA.
recently bought a AZ3 HTE2 with 1.3 tip. There are 2 AZ3 guns one at 150. the other 350.$ do you know the difference? Its called a primer? gun. Why not a all purpose gun for single and 2 stage (color/clear). Painted several car in the old days with Sharps 71 with great success. Am ready for a new gun. Great comparison article. Thanks
my guess is that the gpi is only UK, not USA
How’s it going? Just curious have you ever used any turbine spraying units? What is your take on them? They never really caught on here in the US but they have stuck around and seem like they could be a neat concept.
Witch gun would you recommend for doing high solid colours ?
I was about to put in a order for 2X DeVilbiss FLG5 but DeVilbiss states cannot be used with water based paints yet i’m reading online you can?? have you painted any water based paint with this gun…or would you just get the DeVilbiss GPI instead? I liked the idea i could get 2 DeVilbiss FLG5 for the price of the GPI…My budget was about £200 or $410 any advice would be great
I recently bought an FLG5, and it been difficult getting water based poly to spray properly. I have the 1.4 tip, and was wondering if the 1.8, or the 2.0 tip would help. Have you found out anything new?
It’s nice of a person of your caliber to put our industry to a profession that it deserves .As well for getting the young ones getting into our industry and really teaching them that we are creative people and passionate in the way we look after every car.
Good on you keep it up
You make the AUssie industry proud.
Hey! Thanks for all the time and effort ou put into your YouTube vids.. Lots of great info. I just picked up the Tekna pro lite . I’m having a hard time differentiating what cap to use and when with base , clear, weather ect.. Can you recommend somewhere to get this tech info?? Thanks a great bunch!!
i use to follow your videos and of of course i see this one but i’m still with doubts about the gun i should buy.
I´ve experience with wood and metals and repair plastic from bikes but i’ve only paint with cans ans brushes.
Recently i bought a 200lt compressor 330l/min – 11cfm – 10bar – 145psi – 3hp and now i’ve to choose a gun to spray with it.
I’ll give a time to time use, but for now i’ve 4 cars/bikes to make a full paint job with acrylics, and some wood furnitures, the price is very important because i´ve a low budget but if necessary i prefer to spend a litle more bucks that have a bad finish work…
The guns i’ve in mind are all Devilbiss:
– Starting Line SLG-610 ou SLG-620 1.3 and 1.8
– Finish Line FLG5 1.4 and 1.8 needle and tip
– GPI 1.4 and 1.8 needle and tip
Of course i know you’ll say GPI is the best one, but does it worth the diference for the FLG5, considering my beggining stage and litle use i’ll give it?
Does the GPI can be used with waterborne materials ? If so that could value the investment for future needs.
Starting Line could be a good choice or dont even think about it face the flg-5…
Many Thanks for your help and hope you answer fast because i need a gun for yesterday.
Take care and keep the good working
Thanks for the review/ advice…
New to Perth and just establishing a custom airbrush business (had one several years ago) – you confirmed my personal feeling that devilbliss was the way to go to set up, just about to order one now thanks to your article confirmation,
I’m searching for a compressor. Which compressor do you recommend for the gti pro lite with hvlp Cap? Cause it uses 450l/min and that’s a lot.
I’m thinking about using the gpi instead for clear and base cause the compressor needed is more affordable. That’s what i’m thinking.
What do you think?
(Love your videos btw)
LOVE THE GUNMAN!
Thanks, Gunman! I was in search of a high-quality paint sprayer, I researched and went through many soucres past two months and found yours is the best one. Now, I’m gonna afford the best one and use it for my car. Keep going on…..
Hello …can you say me what is the best air cap for clear coat for deevilbis?thank you
T110 for flat glass finish, TE20 for speed and efficiency, both 1.3.
I really enjoy watching your videos and most, I really like your advise. It gets hard speaking to the manufactures. Especially when they always say their gun is the best. I am a distributor in the U.S. for a product called Nano-Clear. It is a Polyurethane Hybrid Clear. Low Viscosity. We also do projects on our own in our local area. We are use to a DeVilbiss Finishline with a 1.3 MM tip. We want to step up to a superior gun and be able to tell our customers which gun we prefer. Our manufacture of Nano-Clear recommends a 12 inch spray pattern, air pressure at 28 PSI, 1.4 MM tip, HVLP gravity spray gun. I have spoken to DeVilbiss, Sata and Anest Iwata. DeVilbiss recommends their Tekna ProLite with TE10 cap. Sata recommends their Sata Jet 5000B. Anest Iwata recommends their WS400. I am looking for something superior, not worried about the money. But just want a really good gun. I wish you could demo guns before purchasing. It’s obvious you really like the Tekna ProLite. Before watching a hand full of your videos, I was leaning towards the Iwata WS400. I know that isn’t HVLP, but the guy I spoke to at Iwata said everyone of those they sell for spraying clear coat, all customers call back saying they love it for clear coat. But again, I am speaking to the company that manufactures them and sells them. Its very hard to take his word. You are the closest person I have that’s not bias to one company or the other. Before speaking to Iwata I was leaning towards the ProLite because I think the SataJet looks too complicated to set up and the lady never really gave me too much time. DeVilbiss and Iwata gave me their respect and as much time as I needed for questions. Which gun do you think fits me and my product best. I’m just spraying a polyurethane clear coat. Nothing else.
Hi, firstly I must say love the videos very informative, keep them coming as I’ve learned a fair bit from watching them. Got a question, I’m after a reasonably priced spray gun to paint a complete car in 2 pack solid colour 2-1 after seeing the review of top 10 paint guns I was thinking Devilbiss FLG or GPI, what would you recommend?
The GPI is the better gun but if you really want to save a few dollars then the FLG5 definitely gets the nod from me.
Thanks for the write up Gunman and great work with your website. After reading this article I am thinking of getting a DeVilbiss SGK or GPI. What is the best budget air compressor for a DIY/beginner you would recommend getting to pair with these guns?
I honestly haven’t looked into compressors that much, all I can say is the bigger the better. All my career I have been in shops with big compressors, but occasionally I have done onsite work and there’s nothing worse than spraying half a panel and having to wait for the air to build up, also think about the power it consumes, from what I know some compressors will overload a home circuit.
Hi gunman I have a question on the gti prolite would the t10 or t20 cap do an all over job without running into dry paint or should I stick with the hv cap?
I’m extremely inspired with your writing abilities and also with the layout on your blog. Is that this a paid subject or did you modify it your self? Anyway keep up the nice quality writing, it’s uncommon to see a great blog like this one nowadays.
Spot on with this write-up, I actually think this amazing site needs far more attention. I’ll probably
be back again to read through more, thanks for the info!
On your recommendation I purchased the Tekna Prolite (steam punk edition) and the Sata 5000 B RP (ltd.Aviator) as my first real guns. I’ve always believed you’re only as good as your tools and instruments will allow you to be. So I won’t be held back by cheap quality. And I must say, this Proline just laid down an INCREDIBLE finish today on my 2015 Challenger’s bonnet.
Thank you so much for your knowledge and videos. I would have NEVER tried this without you’re inspiration and guidance.
CHEERS from the USA
I know you have a good review video on the A.N.I. but I don’t see it listed on your 10 best guns. Guessing the 10 best guns might have been before the review, where do you think you’d place that gun now?
A.N.I. F150 PLUS-S HPS, 1.3mm
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Hello Gunman, what spray guns would you recommend for mobile painters using an HVLP Turbine system?
I have the Techna Pro Lite (USA, so GTI Pro Lite) with 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 tips/nozzles and TE10 & TE20 caps. I had planned on using the TE10 and 1.4 to spray pearls. Any thoughts? I see in your videos you tend to use the GTI Pro Lite for clears.
I recently purchased a sata rp 4000b digital spray gun paid over 800$ for it the first time I took it apart to clean it it never sprayed the same. Because of the cheap plastic air flow distribution cap now it leaks air from the nozzle. Should have stuck with devilbiss ProTech at 480$ it’s a much better gun it’s a lot more durable and sprays as good if not better then my satajet
Hi dude, I have a GTi pro 2007 and was wondering if the new t110 and the T20 air caps would work with it, as I have moved to hs clear and finding my T2 isn’t laying down as nice as I would like it too and with getting new system in money is a little tight for now. Or would I be better just holding on to get the pro light? Just don’t really wish buy a new toy if my other ones can do the job cheers
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Hi gunman. I am trying to get a FLG-5 but here in the US it is really hard to find. How about the FLG-4? Is it a good one compared to the FLG-5? Thanks!
Hi Gunman..! I’m beginner, and i’ve plan to buy A.N.I R150 or F150..
Which is better? They are both quite
cheap guns. You have tout R150, it is smaller, and i like it, but if i want to paint something bigger, i may need bigger gun..(F150?) Which would be better to beginner?
Thank you for magnificent utube vids! 🙂
Look at the air consumption, R150 works with cheaper compressor. 120 L/min vs 350 L/min if I remember correctly.
Hey what is your set for avy metallics n prolite
Thank you Gunman!
I finally bought for your recommend
Devilbiss gti pro lite 1.3mm-1.4mm.
T110 air cap. I have rather small compressor (20gal. 100L)
T110 is quite suitable for smaller comp.
DV. feels very good in my hand, and easy to set up..! All in all, i’m very happy. Pro lite for base and clear, maybe flg5 for other job..
Gunny, big thumb to you!!
You have change so many of my perceptions with your tube vids, and i have learn so much for you. Good job man!
Hi gunman . Awesome vids , I want to purchase 2 GTI Pro lites , one for PPG waterborne and the other for clear . What is your recommend fluid tip , air cap , air pressure set ups for both situations . The other 5 painters at my shop all use SATA . I won’t be bullied to change teams and want to continue with my 15 year devilbiss history . But this is my first waterborne shop .
Your feedback or a waterborne video would be much appreciated .thanks mate
I also am going to get the Prolite 2 gun set it seems. Between your and my nephews input. And he also knows his craft. And I’m going to use SGD.
Hey Gunman where is Sagola in your video, that gun is not in top 10?
now have 2 prolites and thr airgunsa hte 1.8 for primer
won’t be able to blame mistakes on the kit.Setting
suggestions for hot and humid Houston weather?
Gunman, do you know if the takna pro lite caps interchange with the gti pro lite?
Hi just wondering what set up for devilbliss flg 5,air pressure and so on
Gun man I have been using sata’s for now I do a bunch of custom paint some collision, I live in Texas , I’m wondering the best guns for base and clear , money is not a big problem I’m looking for quality !! Here everyone swears by the Iwata ls 400 supernova ???
Hi Gunman, UK newbie here,
Been following a few YouTube painters but keep coming back to you as I like your straight talking advice, backed up with Jedi skills,,,some beautiful painting.
I purchased a DV GTI from ebay, but am selling it (not used it) based on your advice RE LVLP for the home DIYer.
I’m picking up snippets of info on which LVLP gun to go for (base and clear applications if possible, which tips and nozzles etc) but I’m struggling to find a dedicated LVLP tutorial that covers say top 3 guns, nozzle and tip advice.
Can you direct me to such a tutorial, if you done one?
hello, to all, i want to know something, the flg5 is not a hvlp but a lvmp known as trans tech consuming less air then hvlp.
Mr gunman am I right or not?
Sgk would have to be my favourite back up gun, they just keep on kicking and get you out of any situation!
Hey gunman how are you? Im thinking about getting a clearcoat gun do you recommend tekna prolite or tekna clearcoat gun? Thanks in advance!
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Hi Gunman. Somewhere I read on your blog or youtube that the only difference in an HVLP and conventional gravity feed is the aircap.I have an Iwata w-400 Bellaria that I would like to convert to HVLP. Any Idea which parts are needed?
Hi mate. I have a couple of full size guns but wanted a min gun to spray a lot of bicycle frames/parts and maybe motorbike stuff (tanks/frames etc.). Just ordered the API R150 but went for the 0.8 tip and thinking I should change the order to get the 1.0 like you tested as it may be a bit more versitle. Bicycle frames are the most likely use for it though. Would you recommend sticking with the 0.8 or change my order to the 1.0 tip?
Really love all the reviews you do! Number 1 channel for this on Youtube hands down.
Quick question for everyone.
Where in Melbourne am I going to find the best deal on a GTI Pro Lite?
Hi gunman have watched most of your video’s very informative have learnt a lot more about the refinish system, will continue to watch ,would be nice to win one of your guns cheers Bert
still enjoying your video’s cheers
Love your stuff from canada just picked up a f160 great little gun like to get a silver digital
Hey gunman with the f160 hps what do you recommend for air pressure for urethane or polyurethane single stage paint and what pressure for clear coat it seems to spray nice at alot of different pressures just like your thoughts thanks
hey gunman im in Australia, just wondering were I should buy a devilbiss gti pro from as im afraid of buying a fake
Hello gunman, I’m from USA up in northern Minnesota. I just but a dv1 and after hearing your review on it, I regret buying it. So my question, is the tekna lite the better gun over all? For a primer gun I’m thinking the flg5, or is there something better?
I have finished a course of painting cars, I would like to start with this amaizing profetion of car’s paint,
but I would like to receive your recomendation about of what type of spray gun, I will need to buy, in order to have good paint quality. I have not a lot money to spend, may be first I will need a cheap gun, but that meet with a good quality.
Do you have any recomendation?
I will appreciate your feedback