g. Attached Container. This spray gun (Figure 3-38) is usually referred to as a cup type since
the paint is held in a cup that is attached to the bottom of the gun. Cup-type spray guns, which require
only an air hose, are used extensively in military painting.
Figure 3-38. Attached-container spray gun
h. Separate Container. This spray gun (Figure 3-39) does not have a paint container or cup
attached to the lower portion of the gun. The gun receives paint materials through a fluid hose, which is
connected to a separate container called a material pressure-fed paint tank.
Figure 3-39. Separate-container spray gun