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The newest addition to the Paasche line is the double action, gravity feed Talon.
A redesigned trigger and air valve offer a smoother stroke and the highest level of detail and control. Features include a .38 mm nickel silver tip, a .4 oz (11.8 cc) cup with cover, a cut-away handle with pre-set needle stop, and a crown aircap. This durable, easy-to-assemble airbrush is suitable for any fine detail patterns up to 1½" (38 mm).
Made in the USA. Weighs 7 oz (198 g).
This set includes the following materials:
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I own 2, 1 for fine line, 1 for general purpose, affordable
from Ft. Worth TX
Comments about Paasche Talon Double Action Airbrush:
A little "heavy" for ultra fine work, But pair it up with the Badger Sotar 2 in one and you will have everything you could possibly want for illustration, well that and a tank with a compressor and its just like having a adjustable pen that goes from hairline to 3/4" and from very,very light to solid colors. It is very affordable, you can convert it to a .2 for about $20 or less with another nozzle and needle and switch between the 2, Parts are very cheap in price, quality is great. Ease of use is great. Hope they will start selling the TALON 2 in 1 soon. Still a great deal for Illustrators.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great airbrush....quality feel
Feels comfortable......good control
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Double action ease...
from Watseka, Illinois USA
What makes the Talon such a good brush is that it is both gravity-fed and easy to disassemble for cleaning. Paasche makes other styles of brushes that are siphon-type brushes, but these are not as reliable as a gravity-fed brush, because the siphon brushes always have to have a certain amount of paint in their jar in order to spray. As well, a certain amount of paint is wasted in siphon brushes because all the paint in the suction jar is not used up. With a gravity-fed brush you add just the amount of paint you need to the cup, and after spraying, run cleaner through the brush; disassemble it to clean it if needed, and you are ready for your next project. I would recommend this brush for both the experienced airbrusher as well as someone looking for their first brush.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Dev the artist
from Lufkin, Tx
I use the Talon airbrush for many projects and it have performed better than expected. The feel of the airbrush in my hands is very comfortable and light enough where I can airbrush for long periods of time.
from St. Louis
I am a woodworker and I had never used an airbrush before buying this one. I wanted something to spray stains and finishes on smaller projects and I think the Talon is going to be perfect for the job. It's super easy to use. I got great results within minutes of opening the box.
from San Juan, PR
This is an excellent airbrush at an excellent price.
Great addition to the studio.
By Drew Dbiss
from Southeastern United States
This product is very useful on a variety of surfaces. It is easy to use and delivers excellent control over the medium. Research the airbrush breakdown and assembly in order to prevent problems when cleaning.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
A step up.
from Nashville TN
I am a hobby airbrusher, doing mostly t-shirts for my grandchildren, with occasional attempts at 'art' (mostly flights of fantasy on my part!). I like the way the brush handles and the control that is designed in. I also like the fact that the cups or jars dont fall off on the project. My expectation that changing colors would be easy was a mistake. the bottom of the reservoir is too large and holds a lot of residual paint. To get it clean, I have to remove the needle and take several cotton swabs to dig out the paint. This has to be repeated several times before the 'bleed over' is eliinated. It is almost faster to change colors on the Millinium or VL series. Other than this one thing...I love it.BTW: hae owned about 2 years.
(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Great airbrush, great price.
By Dave P.
from Central Michigan
I've owned the Talon for almost a year now. Very happy with it's performance. I'd have to say it competes very well against airbrushes twice and even triple the Talon's price. The downfall. I think the Talon's trigger assembly could function a little smoother. Two thumbs up.
(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)
Great airbrush Great price
from Ephrata Pa
I purchased this airbrush a few weeks ago and I have to say it is the best brush I own. I have 3 other paasche airbrushes and this is by far the easiest to clean and maintain. I do t-shirts and I found this brush an excellent value. The needle that comes with it will allow you to do very fine lines and detail work without buying an additional needle. I highly recommend it for beginners as well as professional artists. I purchased the kit which comes with the additional needle but I haven't changed the needle yet. GREAT AIRBRUSH!!!!
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