I only use automotive products. I have never used any spray cans... so I can't tell how good or bad they are no matter the brand, but I'm assuming that if you follow the basic steps for any paint job (good prep job, double check everything and lots of wet sanding each time with a fine grit than the previous one) you can achieve this look and finish.
Also keep in mind that I use the proper equipment for this: air compressor, paint guns with different tip size, moisture filters and all that. And in some very special cases I've used airbrushes for very delicate paint jobs.
Just to let you guys know that I'm working on something really cool.
I can't tell you what is it at this moment, I want to have so progress to show you.
Just stick around and I promise I won't disappoint you.
@jopamo Just work it as you know and for the paint job, give enough time for all the coats to dry and cure completely, don't forget to use sand paper between coats and patience my friend, you will need tons of patience to achieve the look and finish from my fightsticks.