These are definitely questions from someone who has never used a paint gun before.
Is it my imagination or do a lot of people incorrectly assume that if a paint gun is gravity fed it's an HVLP paint gun?
Is HVLP relative? I see paint guns advertised that claim to be HVLP but seem to require little volume and lots of pressure. Is there an actual definition for HVLP?
I need to repaint our patio furniture set. I also like Rustoleum's Hunter Green color. Will Rustoleum's paint shoot through a paint gun okay? Does it need to be thinned quite a bit?
Which nozzle tips should I make sure to have for a paint gun? Or should I just be sure the paint gun I choose has additional tips available?
I want to get a gun that has replacement parts so I can repair it if I need to. What are some medium priced brands that will do a good enough job for around the house projects?