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Aircobra is the first AMMO airbrush specifically designed for modelers. Featuring all attributes required to perform a wide range of tasks, with the precision required for modellers.
Modelers require a design that is capable of lasting a lifetime, is durable and efficient, robust as well as light, and that guarantees maximum performance without sacrificing a stylish and refined look. The need for these essential features is the origin of your new state-of-the-art airbrush, the AIRCOBRA.

This model meets each of these critical requirements, making this the perfect tool for the discerning and demanding modeler. A refined and elegant piece of equipment with all the innovative advances of today’s airbrushes, allowing you to spray any type of paint with great control and precision.

The AIRCOBRA is made in the USA with 100% American materials. All of this in a package inspired by the aesthetics of the golden age of the 1980´s.

The features of this airbrush are:
*Gravity Feed Double Action Airbrush
*0.3mm nozzle. 5 ml (1/6 oz.) paint cup
*PTFE (Teflon) seals
*Long life material components
*Controllable Spray Pattern Range: Technical Pencil Line 0.4 mm to 4.5 cm (.015" to 1.75")
*Atomization Scale: ~90 micron
*Comfortable Trigger
*Reversible Spear Tip Guarded Air Cap for better airbrush performing and easier cleaning while in use
*EasySet Trigger Range Adjustment
*Air Hose Connection Size: 1/8
*Useful with any kind of paint media (Acrylics, Enamels, Lacquers, Inks, Dyes, Urethanes, etc)
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Airbrushes have a lot of uses out there. Retouching photos (that was before photoshop but I bet there someone still doing it), painting nails, body paint, motorbike tanks and helmets, pictures, t-shirts... anything that can be done with a brush. I am not saying that design it with modellers in mind means a big difference (I have no idea of how it affects, in fact) but it is true that the rest of the brands are for general use, just look at iwata or H&S websites.
NOV 17, 2017 - 11:38 PM
Looks nice, and Mig raking in the bucks yet again. I bet a Millionaire by now. Cheers Jeff
NOV 18, 2017 - 01:24 AM
Airbrushes have a lot of uses out there. Retouching photos (that was before photoshop but I bet there someone still doing it), painting nails, body paint, motorbike tanks and helmets, pictures, t-shirts... anything that can be done with a brush. I am not saying that design it with modellers in mind means a big difference (I have no idea of how it affects, in fact) but it is true that the rest of the brands are for general use, just look at iwata or H&S websites.[/quote] .... either which way ... you are just spraying liquid (paint) under pressure on a surface .... so where is the "Rocket-science" for modelers in this ? Cheers Christopher
NOV 18, 2017 - 04:32 AM
Do you want to say that in the very first attempt to paint something that isn't model this first in the universe thing will block automatically the air or the paint flow, or both?
NOV 18, 2017 - 09:20 AM
Common guys, give poor MIG a break. Of course, this airbrush is made by one of the few airbrush manufacturers, and not by the MIG company itself. And of course, their paint most likely made by one big paint manufacturer, maybe the same that supplies other brands of modelling paint... And their books are all printed by ... But this is the same in all walks of life isn't it. Just look at your car and look how many parts are made by "Bosch" instead of VW, BMW, Audi ... or look inside your computer ... The only relevant questions are (aside from the marketing): what does it cost, where is it available, and most importantly how does it perform. I hope someone tests it and writes a review.
NOV 19, 2017 - 06:51 AM
No, it isn't the same. To take your example, did VW, BMW, Audi ... ever promote their products as "first ever car specifically designed for motorists"?
NOV 19, 2017 - 07:08 PM
Oh my god!...sue him if is such criminal acts!...is just marketing like Nivea men.....same as the classic one but more expensive or showers cleaner same as the glass cleaner but green....or panadol special for period pains same as the generic one but the box is pink!...AK sell as tons of paint of perfect OD ,dunkelgelb,panzergray etc....but now they say to as that was junk and we have to buy the new line real colour because this time they are really accurate....at least until the make a new line again....we can continue forever and ever...I think we are old enough to understand the difference from marketing and reality...or at least I can without loose my sleep at night
NOV 19, 2017 - 08:04 PM
Specifically that slogna, probably not, but maybe only because they haven't thought about it yet. The car industry does have slogans that are a bit over the top as well, just have a look: http://www.advergize.com/slogans-list/car-slogans/ Admit that e.g. a car manufacturer claiming that it is the "The heartbeat of America" is slightly over the top.
NOV 19, 2017 - 08:15 PM
Nice slogans there, thanks for that. But I'm afraid you've totally missed the point.
NOV 19, 2017 - 09:45 PM
We broke our quick reply box. Working on it. Until fixed go to topic to reply.
Thanks.
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