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    needle size for tren/prop

    I'm gonna try and run tren and prop for the first time and I'm gonna do ed injections.

    I was wondering what is the appropriate needle size to use?
    (never did injections in pecs and wondering)

    Thanks

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    Draw with a 20... shoot with a 25... and if youre lean you can use a one inch pin... but if youre a lard ass use 1.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sparkle
    Draw with a 20... shoot with a 25... and if youre lean you can use a one inch pin... but if youre a lard ass use 1.5

    kool. thanks man.

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    I needed a 1.5" for my glutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sparkle
    Draw with a 20... shoot with a 25... and if youre lean you can use a one inch pin... but if youre a lard ass use 1.5
    Thast what I do. Call me a pussy but 25g 1" is as big as I go.

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    I've done tren A and test Prop in 27G 3/4", 30G 1/2" and 25" 1+"

    Shoulders, biceps and shooting 1/2 ml = 30G 1/2" I go al lthe way in and dimple the skin a little. 30g is the max you'll go you gotta push hard, 27G works perfect for delts and thighs. I think 27g is ideal, especially for ED injections. But 30G is nice, hit yourself a couple palces to get a full ml.

    I see no reason to go with 25G unless you're doing glute. its too much pain thats not necessary

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