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    insulin pins

    I have some insulin pins on the way, and im wondering if back loading them is the best way to load them, or should I just load them like a normal syringe? The needle is permanently attached, and I normally draw what I need then replace the needle and pin.

    Im going to be using short esters, and just in case I need to use a spot like tris I think the insulin syringe will be the best.

    For those who use insulin needles, how do you load them?

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    What size are they? The oil may not come out
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    29g. I already tried a 27, and it flowed no problem. It flowed rhrough a 27 like most oils flow through a 23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstone View Post
    I have some insulin pins on the way, and im wondering if back loading them is the best way to load them, or should I just load them like a normal syringe? The needle is permanently attached, and I normally draw what I need then replace the needle and pin.

    Im going to be using short esters, and just in case I need to use a spot like tris I think the insulin syringe will be the best.

    For those who use insulin needles, how do you load them?

    You will have to backload them. You wont be able to pull up any oil(s) with a insulin pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIN View Post
    You will have to backload them. You wont be able to pull up any oil(s) with a insulin pin.
    Thanks alin never used a insulin syringe. I just want to use something small if I need to do tris/bis or any other muscle that is smaller. I drew it in a 25, and pinned with a 27. Im wondering what the carrier oil is, because I have never seen an oil that was so thin. I looked up viscosity of carrier oil, and im guessing it is mct oil.

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    I've only ever used insulin for hcg sub umbilicus. They sell half inch pins that will hold more than an insulin stick and have larger gauges

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