Conventional spray guns are pistol-type paint spray guns that are powered by compressed air from an air compressor. They are designed to paint projects faster than with paint brushes. These spray guns allow a worker to control the output of paint, lacquer, stains, and other liquids, as well as the air atomization, improving control and a providing a finer finish on projects than with airless spray guns. Fluid delivery type will affect how fine the spray is. Conventional spray guns can be customized to particular applications, using variables such as spray pattern size and paint viscosity. Spray gun kits include items such as fluid hoses or different sizes of atomizing nozzles.