SATA 3000B DIGITAL HVLP.1.4 FLUID SET.THIS GUN IS VERY CLEAN AND IT SHOWS IT.THE BATTERY IS DEAD IN IT AND WHEN I WENT TO BATTERIES PLUS THEY WERE OUT OF THIS BATTERY SO I CANT GUARNTEE THE DIGITAL WORKS,BET AS NICE OF SHAPE THAT THE GUN IS IN IT WOULDN'T SURPRISE ME IF IT DID.I AM PRICING IT ACORDINGLY AS I DONT KNOW IF THE DIGITAL WORKS.IF YOU HAVE ANT QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS FEEL FREE TO MESSAGE ME AND I'LL GIVE YOU MY PHONE NUMBER.GOOD LUCK AND GOD BLESS.
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