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    pin question

    If i'm using 25 ga needles to pin with, can I use 18 or 23 ga to draw test e with?

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    Of course the smaller the guage needle easier it is to draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joco71 View Post
    Of course the smaller the guage needle easier it is to draw.
    The bigger the gauge the easier it is. Your thinking about the number. The lower the number the bigger the gauge. The highr the number the smaller the gauge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    The bigger the gauge the easier it is. Your thinking about the number. The lower the number the bigger the gauge. The highr the number the smaller the gauge.
    Sounds like a trick question to me???
    Smaller means bigger?
    I'm gonna tell that to me missus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    The bigger the gauge the easier it is. Your thinking about the number. The lower the number the bigger the gauge. The highr the number the smaller the gauge.
    Correct!! Thats what I was getting at thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deadlifting Dog View Post
    Sounds like a trick question to me???
    Smaller means bigger?
    I'm gonna tell that to me missus.
    Lmao!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deadlifting Dog View Post
    I'm gonna tell that to me missus.
    Hahaha

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