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    Default WTB air nozzles/blow guns

    Looking for a couple Powell, Schrader, Sherman or Streamway. Working or not. No new scrap. Or put another way...at least 50 years old.

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    Devilbiss made a nice one too....

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    Add the name Hansen to your list too.

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    Ray,

    I'm 74 years old and have never seen any of those little cuties...must have been looking at the two legged cuties. What on earth do you want them for?

    Stuart

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomarc View Post
    What on earth do you want them for?

    Stuart
    Lots of stuff.

    But he is dead-right about the "no new" junque.

    Among other things, two I had tried leaked so badly at the control valve yah had to mount them to a decent QD fitting and pop them clear off the danged hose to not waste half the air in the tank in between active taskings!



    I have a couple of better-grade tire inflation gages another grey-hair recommended from these folks:

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    I haven't tried 'em yet, but if their blow-guns are as well-made as the valves and stuff on the gages I've now had "for a while" to supplement the old Draegers from the 1960's, there could be a good 'un or three in that broad lineup as might do for more than just a year or three of service?

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    Among other things, two I had tried leaked so badly at the control valve yah had to mount them to a decent QD fitting and pop them clear off the danged hose to not waste half the air in the tank in between active taskings!

    Stuart,
    That's pretty much it. The new junk is just that. The old stuff, I rebuild. Nothing fits my hand like a Sherman. And as you know, I've got an air hose at each machine plus elsewhere. Yep, I'm your age but.....just nuttier. Just can't quit this nonsense!

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    This one must be reeeeeally nice:
    https://www.miltonindustries.com/blo...-grip-blow-gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_CNC_guy View Post
    That's for 50 of them, so $21 each. Still not cheap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jerholz View Post
    That's for 50 of them, so $21 each. Still not cheap.
    $21 actually IS "cheap" .... for last-forever-durable. Whore-er-Fright Commie-junk prices have seriously f**ked-up our sense of worth!

    Every hand HERE is quite capable of making his own. From scratch. With no drawings. It's what we do.

    I cannot be bothered until they hit $75 to $100 bucks, US, though.

    Too many women. Too little time.. er I mean "too many projects"...


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    Quote Originally Posted by thermite View Post
    $21 actually IS "cheap" .... for last-forever-durable. Whore-er-Fright Commie-junk prices have seriously f**ked-up our sense of worth!

    Every hand HERE is quite capable of making his own. From scratch. With no drawings. It's what we do.

    I cannot be bothered until they hit $75 to $100 bucks, US, though.

    Too many women. Too little time.. er I mean "too many projects"...

    Hey Ray I sent you a text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    Hey Ray I sent you a text.
    Hey moonlight, congrats on 10000 posts

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    Ray,
    Have you tried Silvent? I have several that I picked up. Think they are pretty nice. They have replaceable tips and adjustable volume. I have 5 ready to go if you're interested I'd let them go for $30 ea.
    007-z.jpg
    Product Descripttion:
    SAFETY AIR GUN
    SILVENT 007-Z
    Item number: 00070139158, 00070239158

    SILVENT 007-Z: with a zinc slot nozzle that efficiently utilizes the surrounding air. Provides powerful, quiet and efficient cleaning. For general-purpose blowing in environments where the nozzle is exposed to minimal mechanical wear. Blowing force 3.0 N (10.6 oz).

    Noise reduction67%
    Energy savings43%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    Hey moonlight, congrats on 10000 posts
    Thanks, I did not notice.

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    What is the liability in producing an air blow gun that is not OSHA safe?

    Can it be done like the 80% receiver market?

    Maybe it's not an air gun until the end user taps the NPT threads or something?

    I actually have a big, kinda revolutionary product concept for the air fitting market. I need to get it to market (and probably patent something first), but I'd love to make real air guns instead of the over-regulated garbage shit on the market today.

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    you are so right there are those that know the price of every thing and the value of nothing . the only thing good about H F is that it let the budget minded have accesses to tools that mite almost do the job the down side is it trivialized good old American cast iron how meany times have you had a rock solid machine tool for sale only to have some clown say [well H F has the same thing for 50% of that] i just tell them if that will make you happen then you have your answer most of the time its just some shyster trying to work you the next bad thing about buying there stuff is you and me to at times just like that mid east oil we are funding the ones that will and have done harm to us ok i will get off my H F card board box

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    Thanks, I did not notice.
    All those zeros must have caught my eye....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    What is the liability in producing an air blow gun that is not OSHA safe?

    Can it be done like the 80% receiver market?

    Maybe it's not an air gun until the end user taps the NPT threads or something?

    I actually have a big, kinda revolutionary product concept for the air fitting market. I need to get it to market (and probably patent something first), but I'd love to make real air guns instead of the over-regulated garbage shit on the market today.
    dam please my key board is not water proof

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    What is the liability in producing an air blow gun that is not OSHA safe?

    Can it be done like the 80% receiver market?

    Maybe it's not an air gun until the end user taps the NPT threads or something?

    I actually have a big, kinda revolutionary product concept for the air fitting market. I need to get it to market (and probably patent something first), but I'd love to make real air guns instead of the over-regulated garbage shit on the market today.
    Patent it and sell it to silvent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    What is the liability in producing an air blow gun that is not OSHA safe?

    Can it be done like the 80% receiver market?

    Maybe it's not an air gun until the end user taps the NPT threads or something?

    I actually have a big, kinda revolutionary product concept for the air fitting market. I need to get it to market (and probably patent something first), but I'd love to make real air guns instead of the over-regulated garbage shit on the market today.
    Sell it thru HF, they are like "Teflon Don" and shirk all liability off to china.

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    John Gotti sends liability to China?

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