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Tool Force A-C3 High Pressure Spray Gun

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  • High-pressure spray gun ideal for painting new work for covering up damaged repairs
  • Pistol grip and a trigger for comfortable operation
  • 1.8 millimeter nozzle
  • 1 liter cup and 1/4-inch nozzle
  • Requires a 2 to 3 HP compressor (not included)
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The Tool Force high pressure spray gun is ideal for painting new work for covering up damaged repairs. It features a pistol grip and a trigger for comfortable operation.High-pressure spray gun ideal for painting new work for covering up damaged repairsPistol grip and a trigger for comfortable operation1.8 millimeter nozzle1 liter cup and 1/4-inch nozzleRequires a 2 to 3 HP compressor (not included)

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The Tool Force high pressure spray gun is ideal for painting new work for covering up damaged repairs. It features a pistol grip and a trigger for comfortable operation.

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Part Number A-C3
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions11.7 x 7.2 x 4.8 inches
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Item model numberA-C3
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB000EWYASW
Best Sellers Rank #37,837 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableMarch 8, 2006
  
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Customer Reviews

Easy to clean.
David Germino
I fiddled a bit with the air and paint knobs but couldn't tell any difference and didn't want to get away from what was working.
Roberta Oakley
Unless I'm doing this completely wrong, and I may be, the pressure is kinda weak.
constructionman

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Roberta Oakley on August 30, 2010
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I was pleasantly surprised upon opening the box and finding a very nicely made paint gun. Don't know how the Chinese can manufacture such a nice piece of equipment for that price, expecially considering that someone has to make a profit on it.
One drawback: The instruction manual was nearly useless. A couple of springs and some gaskets were included in the box but there was no indication whatsoever where they were to be used. No instruction on use of air and paint knobs...in fact, save the box to find labels for the various parts of the gun. No breakdown of parts for assembly or disassembly or ordering replacements, either. That lost a rating star.
Aside from that, I had 12 each 4'x8' wooden latices to paint, and chose an oil based paint. Don't know yet how it will work with latex, but I assume you don't need an additive for lubrication as you do with the airless guns when using latex. Didn't have any info on what viscosity was acceptable to the gun, or how to measure it, so just poured the paint in out of the can. Hooked up to my compressor and started to spray. Worked like a charm. I fiddled a bit with the air and paint knobs but couldn't tell any difference and didn't want to get away from what was working. Used about 7/8 gallon of paint to finish all 12 pieces in about two or three hours of spraying. I'm sure I'd have run out of paint and patience using a brush or roller for the job.
Used mineral spirits and a rag to clean the sprayer. One thing to be sure to check is the two holes in the side of the front piece that eject only air to control the shape of the spray. Used a small brad to clean them and then worked with mineral spirits a bit more.
I'm now sold on this kind of painting. Beats heck out of buying spray cans for such projects. I've already got another project in mind: painting several rocking chairs on the front porch.
One caution: Be sure to use breathing protection and a face mask for eye protection.
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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Milyard TOP 1000 REVIEWER on February 7, 2012
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I have been using paint spraying equipment for over 40 years.
This is a good cheap high pressure 50-70 gun. It shoots well at 40psi, and I would personally never go over 50 which is guns minimum. If you have to go to 70, your paint/reducer mix is probably to thick. A good rule of thumb is that the paint after reducing should be just between a drip and a run, but closer to a drip when viewing it off of the funnel screen (You are using a funnel screen, aren't you?) or test stick.
The so-called no drip function sometimes drips.
The body is painted and it is effected by thinners.
The locking mechanism is iffy and you need to take care when you have a full pot in order not
to think it is locked down and you spill the whole frigging thing all over yourself and the floor and whatever else gets in the way. (Been there, done that)
To the gent that could not figure out the controls, the top one is fan/air adjust, the bottom one is fluid adjust, and if you want to control the air intake of most guns you need to add a small gauge/control valve or a simple screw valve (PH5516 is what I use) before the separator, or just rely on the compressor valve.
A word to the wise, at 70psi, you will be using 9cfm consumption which will put a small compressor through its paces and because it is constantly going will add a lot of water to the system. You should always spray at the minimum pressure required for the job.
This is a good gun, but not a $300.00 Devilbiss.
Take the time to clean it out with the same reducer you used for the paint (Two gallons of reducer for one gallon of paint; one to thin, one to clean up) and to the point that
it comes out clear, and use a small brush to flush down the nozzle and cup areas (sometime soaking all the nozzle parts) and the gun should last for many years.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By TomKat on June 15, 2011
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I bought this gun a couple of weeks ago to paint an old jon boat. It did a GREAT job, considering what I paid for it. I used very thick marine paint, and it shot it on with no problems. I have an old crappy compressor and it still did a good job. Paint was even and did not clog up or cause sags.

If you are thinking about it, and are scared by the price, don't be. It is worth every penny you pay for it. You can find pictures of the paint job on my boat @ [...] in the forum section under duck boats.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David Germino on October 12, 2011
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Oh my gosh, this is a fantastic add to anyone's tool box. I have toyed with the idea of getting one of these type sprayers for months, possibly years. Just never really knew quite how to use it or what I would use it on even though I have used many paints and painting equipment on many projects....Finally I decided I would get this sprayer..it was cheap and got decent if not great reviews...Well I would like to continue the great reviews. This product is light weight but solid feeling. Well built. Comes ready to uee. Easy to clean. Simple in application, just fill the container, set it, seal it (which will make sense to you after you actually see it) and hook it up to your compressor and go. As some of the other reviews say, it takes a bit to get used to the paint volume and air adjustment, but just fool with it and test it out on something and go to town. It never oversprayed and caused the project to run, had great coverage and very paint efficient. I had used a cordless Graco model that not only wnet thru paint fast, but was 20 times the cost and eventually broke after about 5 hours. Lesson learned. This unit does come with a few extra parts and as other reviews say the manual is not very cleear on usage or where these parts will go if needed eventually, but for the price I am not too worried about that....and I do not feel this unit will need any fixing as it feels very well put together. i only have one complaint...i wish I had purchased this a long time ago!!!!!
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