Paasche Talon TG

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8.5 Total Score
Engineered Performance At A Price Anyone Can Afford!

The Talon is a work horse of an airbrush that can handle most airbrush applications. Interchangeable nozzles give it the ability to pull off everything from extremely tight detail up through heavier spray patterns.

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The Talon TG just might be one of the best multi-use airbrushes out there today. No it doesnt cost a fortune and it isn’t imported from Japan, but it is everything a professional grade airbrush should be! To start with the look and feel of the airbrush is great. I really like the gold anodized finish even though this has nothing to do with the performance of the Talon airbrush. It also feels great in your hand it’s got some weight and it balances out nearly perfect. The airbrush has style and tons of functionality! For example you can drop a .25mm needle and nozzle into the Talon TG airbrush and instantly you have a detail airbrush. The likes of which performs like airbrushes that cost hundreds more! Drop .66 nozzle and needle into it and you can push a heck of allot of paint. I prefer the .38mm set up. With the .38 needle and nozzle installed the Talon turns into a great all around workhorse. With this mid set up you can push allot of paint to cover larger areas or you can pull off amazing detail.

The Talon TG is really an amazing airbrush that is priced so low it’s a steal! It is without a doubt the best deal going in the airbrush industry right now! You can pick one these up for about $75.00 That’s about $40 less than you would pay for any other airbrush that even comes close to performing as well as the TG does. It is good to know that there is an American made airbrush that can perform and even out perform imports. What really seals the deal is that parts for this airbrush are so cheap you dont have to worry about bumping or dropping your airbrush.
The only negative aspects I could think of is that Paasche uses a thread type that is different than the standard 1/8″ fitting size. So you will at least have to buy a 1/8″ to Paasche adapter, or buy a Paasche hose. The only other negative I could think of is the fluid cup cap. The cap does not seat correctly into the fluid reservoir. This could easily be fixed by Paasche. A change in the blue prints to turn down the cap another few thousands of an inch would fix a simple, but an amazingly annoying issue.

With all things considered, all the amazingly positive aspects of the Talon far out weigh the few negatives!

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  1. Reply B.C. February 23, 2014 at 11:39 pm

    I just bought the Talon airbrush about a month ago. I have had the chance to work with it a bit and am pleased with it’s performance.

    Feels good in my hand and sprays nice

  2. Reply Tamera February 25, 2014 at 12:11 am

    My first airbrush and so far so good. I like it alot even though my airbrushing has a long long way to go

  3. Reply admin June 21, 2014 at 12:29 am

    I am currently working on the editorial review for this airbrush. I was absolutely blow away by the Talon TG. It sits right up there with my Eclipse airbrushes now.

    In fact I am going to be buying a six pack of these for my studio. They just can be beat! The performance is outstanding and the price of replacement parts is dirt cheap

  4. Reply Kameron March 30, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    Hi need some advice, I’m leaning towards buying the Talon. I use the thick Auto Air Pearl colors so I’m looking for a airbrush that will push them well. I’ve already bought three cheap airbrushes that didn’t last so my budget is shrinking! I like the Talon, also looking at the Iwata Revolution HP-CR. Any others you might recommend? I know I need a .5 for thicker paint. Thank you! Kami

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