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JEGS Air Paint Gun Gravity Feed with 20oz (600ml) Cup

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JEGS 81221
$40.99
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Air Paint Sprayer
  • 20oz (600ml) Cup
  • 1.7mm Needle-Nozzle
  • Working Pressure: 43 PSI
  • Air Inlet Size: 1/4"-18 NPT
  • Gravity Feed
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