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    Syringe help

    Can i use a 23g 1 1/2 pin for all my injections instead of buying all different types of pins. I will be doing Teste,tren ,prop, and eq. If i do quad inject i just wont stick it in all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsa8864667
    Can i use a 23g 1 1/2 pin for all my injections instead of buying all different types of pins. I will be doing Teste,tren,prop, and eq. If i do quad inject i just wont stick it in all the way.
    yeah, i've done it, but i prefer to buy the correct needle size for the places i will shoot. much easier and needles are cheap...

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    Perfect length and gauge for all your injection needs. I you have a source for 1" pins for delts, quads, etc. go an lay some in, but the longer ones are perfect if it's what you'll be using primarily.

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    Im only going to shoot in quad and glute so what would u use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsa8864667
    Im only going to shoot in quad and glute so what would u use?
    i would get 1" and 1.5" but if you already have the 1.5" then it's your call....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairy henry View Post
    ^^^^^^^^^^ wrong
    Agreed, bumping tired ancient threads is wrong.

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