Paasche Talon TG-3F
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Paasche TG-3F Talon Airbrush Set
The Talon was designed to be their high end airbrush and will deliver the highest level of detail and control. The trigger and air valve have been redesigned to allow for a smoother stroke as well as ease of assembly and durability. The Talon is also 100% made in the USA at Paasche's Chicago plant.
The Talon TG-3F is suitable for any application requiring ultra fine detail control up to patterns of 3".
- Double action
- Internal mix
- Gravity feed
- "22 Airbrush Lessons" booklet
- One Talon Airbrush
- One Airhose Assembly
- Three Wrenches
- One Hanger
- One 0.25mm Spray Head
- One 0.38mm Spray Head
- One 0.66mm Spray Head
- One Special Fan Pattern Aircap
Gravity feed. 11ml cup
0.25, 0.38 and 0.66mm
Fan Aircup included
Like the flexibility a lot. Wish there were a .5 mm tip . Do they or someone else make it?
Still learning the two action but love the air brush. Don't know how I got by with the H model all these years.
I have had an airbrush in my hands since I was about 10 years old—a single action Badger connected to a can of compressed air. I have painted racing helmets, fine art, RC car bodies, sneakers... you name it. I figured that the history of Chicago-based Paache and the lifespan of my trusty old workhorse VL was reason enough to choose the Talon over the more expensive Iwata airbrushes. I was wrong. This is a C grade airbrush, unfortunately.
The build quality of the Talon is just ok. The finishes are fine, the weight is heavy, but the feel of the trigger and the lack of smoothness is really a letdown. It's notchy and clumsy, and the trigger flops around like it's on a hinge without any spring resistance. My 35 year old VL is smoother than this Talon. I have used mine only for shooting clearcoats, because the cup is SO large, but I will probably clean everything up and put it up on eBay with the plan to replace it with an Iwata. I guess the time I have spent with my very old Thayer & Chandler has spoiled me. I don't think I will be buying any more Paache products.
I do not care because it's for collecting for me,
Is it just me? Drawing Fortune?
The product I bought was not centered on the nozzle,
It is not injected into Jade.
The exterior finishing process also has a scratch mark and a sharp cutting edge.
Is this product of a company over 100 years old?
The good thing is that there are a lot of components at a relatively low price,