Originally Posted by Pump Scout
I've always sized my paint so that I can put it in the barrel and have it not roll out, and be able to be blown out with a hard breath. Not sure if that's the "current" or "trendy" way to do it, but I don't get barrel breaks, and I don't get roll outs.
If I'm worried about breaks, I do this. If I want to squeeze out the efficiency, I do this and then go 1 insert lower. I've never noticed an accuracy, breakage difference between the two, but it gives me a "buffer" in case of humidity/the cold/etc.