Gravity-Feed Paint Gun Stand

    Item #34008 Brand: Eastwood

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    Handy Stand holds your gravity-feed spray gun when you need to put it down or for filling You can't just lay a full spray gun down on its side when you need to stop your work for a while, so use this convenient stand to hold your gravity-feed spray gun upright. Place your filter/strainer in the top ring for easy filling.
    • Powder-coated steel construction
    • May be mounted to wall or on benchtop
    • Strainer and spray gun not included


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    About Gravity-Feed Paint Gun Stand

    The Eastwood Gravity Paint Gun Stand holds both the gun and filter for easy filling or storage. Durable powder-coated steel construction makes clean-up easy.


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    excellent (Posted on 3/26/14)
    Review by Jose
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    excellent
    gun stand (Posted on 2/17/14)
    Review by timothy Captrise
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    great ,works as it suppose to seems to be made good. a good idea to have in the spary shop
    Works for what I needed (Posted on 3/23/13)
    Review by Dan
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    Solid built nice finish. The upper strainer holder has a sloppy fit with the lower stand. Easy fix. Would recommend to others.
    good price (Posted on 2/3/13)
    Review by ty
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    good quality and price
    Very good stand (Posted on 12/16/12)
    Review by jbt353
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    For the price, this stand works well. Was put into use as soon as it was unwrapped. No regrets.
    Gun holder (Posted on 5/22/12)
    Review by michael
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    I made a base to screw it to and added a spacer to hold the handle out so the cup would aligned with the strainer holder.I put wire heat shrink over the cup support bars.Rubber tubing would also work. I have seen the paint cup get all scraped up on the bottom . You need to grind the burrs off the ends of the steel rods in the gap where you set the cup into the support They are sharp and will damage the cup. I had to have a nice holder for my new Iwata!

    Improvments (Posted on 5/22/12)
    Review by mllud
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    I made a base to screw it to and added a spacer to hold the handle out so the cup would aligned with the strainer holder.I put wire heat shrink over the cup support bars.Rubber tubing would also work. I have seen the paint cup get all scraped up on the bottom . You need to grind the burrs off the ends of the steel rods in the gap where you set the cup into the support They are sharp and will damage the cup. I had to have a nice holder for my new Iwata!

    Don't Bother (Posted on 8/11/11)
    Review by Allen
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    Only thing I've ever bought from Eastwood that was not worth the effort. Poorly made; porous 'weld' broke in days. Make your own and be happier.
    Quality (Posted on 2/13/11)
    Review by Longranger
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    Good Quality... Super low Price... 3 Guns, 3 holders...
    Does the job for me (Posted on 11/25/10)
    Review by Matt
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    My paint work is occasional, and the largest gun I use is a new-ish DeVilbiss gravity feed with an add-on regulator at the grip. I drive a #6 hex head sheet metal screw thru the provided hole on the stand's base to affix it to my temporary table and it's ready to go. A C-clamp would also work. When I'm done, it breaks down just as fast. By placing the stand at the edge of the table, I can set the gun on the stand with the air hose still attached. The Paint Gun Stand is a good product.

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