Assassin stainless steel shooter tip


#23

Agreed.

But please just ignore him. We need you to stick around. If we all just ignore him maybe he will go away.

I think of him as a stray cat. He was such a PITA that his family threw him out. Now he is just wandering around looking for a home. If you feed him then he is going to keep coming around. Please don’t feed him.


#25

You said you were gone for good. I see you don’t hold true to your word. Notice how you come back and all the problems come with you.


#26

@mark44 sorry for adding to this, but I felt it needs to be said…

@awesomewash2 - I don’t know you from Adam, but based on your apology comment when you re-entered the forum, many guys were willing to forgive you. In addition, you also stated (paraphrasing here) that you were willing to try to be better. From what I am seeing, you essentially hijack other people’s posts in order to feed your childish behavior. I am a full time teacher trying to learn from the guys who have done this far longer and I have learned far more from @Innocentbystander than I feel I ever will from you. There is another gentleman here who is brand new, but is already offering his advice based on his reading and his experimentation. I hold nothing against you, again, as I know not whom you are, but let’s face it, you are no better than the middle school CHILDREN that I teach on a daily basis.

Hate me, degrade me, call me what you will, I certainly care not.


#27

Before seeing the post about using a 6" nipple I planned on ordering around a 3’ stainless lance from Pressuretek for $11. I figured I could cut it into whatever length I want and just thread the ends of it. One thing I’ll have to check is if the lance is thicker where the stock threads are or if it’s thick enough for threads throughout the whole length. I weld for a living so figured I could also tig weld it to a quick connect. If I can be of any help or, you need any diy tips welded up to experiment with, just let me know.


#28

I cary a foot, 3 foot and 6 foot and an extension pole.
I use the 1 foot 99% of the time with a jrod.
When i get tired i use the 6 footer, lock it and hold it on the ground.


#29

Your pie hole is the problem.


#30

That’s not what you were saying last night.


#31

Please setup your OWN thread to discuss YOUR issues. I came here for information related to Pressure Washing and related information.


#32

Please see my previous post. Child.


#33

Insulting another is childish.


#34

If you keep your old wands that get bent or broken you can cut them down and thread them if you have a pipe threader or have a plumbing buddy who does. Toss 3-4 in the drawer.


#35

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kknow6j6NwE


#36

Not a fair assesment. Use the zero tip with a six inch wand and it will spray as far or further than the assassin tip. Plus your money isn’t going to someone that has hurt the industry


#37

Okay, got my shooter-tip mockup. Can’t try it until April, though, we too cold out!


#38

That looks rad, let us know how you like it. Running to get my six inch extension tomorrow


#39

I think thst defeats the purpose


#40

Defeats what purpose?


#41

Sorry…typing and trying to upload picture…didnt cone up right…will upliod shortly


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#43

You have quick connects, on both ends.
Why?
I understand at the end for the shooter tip or jrod, but at the base?, i think you will have vibrations and potential water leak.
This is the gun i use 90% of the time.
Fatigue gun, i always use hot water thats why you see the pipe cover.