The best spray gun is very much like the best actual gun: easy to aim, reliable and, er, other ways too probably, we expect. Most decent spray guns come with a minimum of four spray patterns but some are equipped with as many as eight. In our book, the more spray options the better because you’ll want something versatile enough to water the seedlings, douse the lawn and borders, clean the car, wash the patio and blast people accidentally on purpose. There’s a plethora of different spray guns on the market but, to save you the head-scratching, we’ve scoured the web for the best-reviewed models, grabbed the hose, engaged the beast and let rip on a grand scale. Granted, the neighbours aren’t on speaking terms anymore, but the plants are looking healthy, so that’s okay. We’ve got everything from a cheap but comprehensive hand-held spray gun to one for more delicate plantings. If you’re a bit carefree with your spray guns and tend to chuck them aside when finished with, consider this tough, blinged-up number from Hozelock. Aside from the lockable finger trigger and rubber palm grip, the Multi Plus is made almost entirely out of metal and that means it’s less likely to spring a ...