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  1. I went to my local Wal-mart (Oberlin, OH) today and found a cheap Campbell Hausfeld air brush kit. I have been looking for a starter air brush for a while now. I figured I would give it a try and could not beat the $20 price tag otherwise I would have walked right past it for many reasons, one of them that fact that Campbell Hausfeld is a Berkshire Hathaway company and I have seen first hand how they treat their employees. The instructions are well written and even have a couple of pages of triggering exercises. The airbrush does come in a nice plastic box that can be reused. It is double action which I have never heard of in one this cheap. The hose seems a bit cheap, but might work OK. Those two bottles are glass, not plastic. The bottle lids are plastic and I can see them breaking at some point. Everything else seems pretty typical of an airbrush kit. I know very little about ari brushes and have just begun to look into them. My father had one for years he would paint military models with, but I never learned anything about it. I inherited his old compressor (which still works), a Miller 2000, which I know he used for years. I do need to by a regulator/water trap before I can test the air brush, but once I do I will be happy to report back if anyone would like to know how this airbrush works.
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