Grex Tritium.TG3 pistol grip airbrush

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Grex Tritium.TG3 airbrush pistol grip

Trigger: Double-Action Trigger Style
Fluid Nozzle: 0.3mm
Feed Type: Gravity
Color Cup: 2ml, 7ml, and 15ml

Part of Grex's Tritium Series, premium line of double action pistol style airbrushes, the TG combines ease-of-use, comfort, superior detail control and the versatility of using the perfect top gravity cup size for your project. Coupled with several unique and patented features, this airbrush truly is a Grex.


- Easy-to-use "pull" trigger controls both air and paint.


- Cutting edge design for precise control of fine detailed work.


- Internally mixed media for fine atomization.


- Ergonomic pistol handgrip with a textured surface for a firm comfortable grip.


- Patented Quick-Fit™ needle caps are quick and easy to setup and remove.


- Quick-Fit™ crown cap allows detailed spraying close to work surface.


- Rear handle Quick-Fit™ needle cap storage for quick and convenient access.


- Interchangeable top mount reservoirs - use the perfect cup size for your project.


- Inline top mount cups offer balanced handling of the airbrush.


- Cup design allows optimal paint flow even when the airbrush is held in an angle.


- Integrated paint cup is easy to clean and perfect for minute amounts of paint.


- Preset adjustment knob for precise paint volume control.


- Replaceable solvent proof teflon seals allows use of all media.


- Includes 3 reservoirs: 2mL (1/20 oz.), 7mL (1/4 oz.) and 15mL (1/2 oz.)


- Precisely machined stainless steel nozzle and needle.


- New nozzle design for improved air flow and durability.


- Durable heavy nickel chrome plated housing.


- Convenient to clean design for ease of maintenance.


- Short passageway from cup to nozzle for a responsive feel.


- Convert to different nozzle sizes with optional kits.



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Additional Information

Feed Type:
Nozzle Size:
Trigger Control:
Double Dependent Action
Color Cup Size:
2ml +7ml + 15ml
Nozzle Type:
Needle Travel Adjustment
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4 Reviews

  • 5
    gsi creos .03 trigger airbrush

    Posted by Curt W Butts on May 10, 2021

    As described works great thunking of getting a .05

  • 3
    Grex Tritium.TG3 pistol grip airbrush

    Posted by Paul-Alexander Crystal on Jul 21, 2020

    For level setting - This is one of three airbrushes I have - an Iwata HP-C and the one that came with the no-name portable compressor from spray gunner. Out of those I assumed that this would be taking the place for a really good one for detail work and I was excited to be able to use the pistol grip. Unfortunately I can't really trust it. No matter what I try the when pulling the trigger it seems to find an ever changing 'magic moment' or spot that the paint start moving. That's fine for less detailed work but is driving me insane for the details. PS the magnetic parts are neat but not as useful as I thought they would be as I found I don't change those 'on the fly' as much as I thought I would, but that could change so isn't really part of my 'star rating'.

  • 5
    User friendly

    Posted by Brandon Carico on Feb 27, 2020

    This was my first trigger style air brush and I am blown away at how good it feels in your hand. A beginner can pick up this gun and get amazing results. I am going to buy a second one for my daughter. Awesome quality

  • 5
    Excels at its purpose

    Posted by Chris Spotts on Feb 11, 2020

    This is a brush designed with comfort and ease of use in mind and that's what I think it excels at. All the features and trigger grip add up to an extremely easy to use brush. The fact that the trigger must travel air-paint-air when used makes it virtually impossible to get tip splatter. I find it takes a little bit to get used to aiming the brush, as it appears to aim slightly lower than my pencil grip brushes, but its not a fault, simply an adjustment. I find myself using the needle limiter adjustment on the back much more than traditional brushes and it allows me to do consistent micro sprays on models. Overall, highly recommended, especially for ergonomics and ease of use.

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