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 Posted: Sat Jan 29th, 2011 04:00 pm
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I have a moisture trap in my air line, and it's surprising how much water it actually stops getting through to the airbrush. A 'must' as far as I'm concerned.

A timely reminder there - thanks.

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Keep learning, Perry.  I'm coming up behind you.  :mutley



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Thanks Perry and Peter, I will take a closer look at the beast, Knowing my luck it will blow paint holes in the models, Lots to study.
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Sorry, I forgot to mention Derek - you'd need to disconnect the nail-gun bit before you did any painting .............:mutley:mutley



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:oops::oops::shock: Thanks Peter, Things could have got nasty :mutley

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Hello Derek and Peter,
  :hmmOh dear, I thought the nail-gun was an alternate to using Peter's screws, :roll::Red Card:lol:
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