I pretty much only do throwies and burners. For the longest time I used NY fats for everything (fills, outlines, double outlines and tags) since they’re bold and easily seen when driving by. But I started to want a bit more control over detail and not dump as much paint. I ordered 20 to try them out and HOLY BAWLZ. These things are freakin tits. It’s basically a NY fat, just on a smaller scale. You can get the same flares as a fat, same control as a fat, on a much smaller scale. The lines a ridiculously crisp. Previous reviews have said that you can do fills with em, not really my cup of tea. I still prefer a NY for my fills and bigger throwies/burners. But as far as outlines and tags...? BUTTER. No doubt. Gimme a pocket full of fats and legos and I’m SET. Don’t sleep on these. I did for years and regret it. I’m not a big cap guy. I just need to get the job done and that’s all I care about. Legos and fats til the day I die.
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So just a little tip for everyone out there who gets the stock caps mixed up with these caps:
1) the stock caps are a brighter white. The AP precise caps have a light creamy tint to them. If you hold them up next to each other, you’ll see what I mean. The difference is minuscule, but it’s there.
2) the black dot on the front of the cap where the paint sprays out, the AP precise caps have two little tiny dots (again, super minuscule, almost like tiny little Braille) on either side of the dot where the paint comes out. They’ll be straight across from each other. The stock tips do not have those two little dots.
3) blow through them. The stock tips have a much more open airflow. The AP precise caps have a much more constricted airflow.
Those are just little things that I noticed while examining them and trying to find differences. Hope that helps.
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