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    Question on pinning

    Ok I am not a fat dude I am very lean 166 at 5ft 8in with the right pair of shoes on. The question I have is I am down to my last 2 1 1/2 pins but I have a ton of 27g 1in pins is or would that still be acceptable for a glute shot?

    Running 2 cc of cyp

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    Yes. You may wNt to back load them bi will probably take too long to fill them directly.
    May want to use delts also.


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    Are you using numerous injection spots? I would not be shooting JUST gluten.

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    Yeah you can use those but since they're so small I'd take Chargers advice and back load em cause it'll take forever to draw with those tiny pins. Nice thing about tiny gauges like that is you can inject anywhere with those.. Bi's, delts, lats, quads, glutes, pecs, you pretty much have free reign of where to inject.

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    Ok. Also I draw with and 18g then switch. Also I switch glute per week. I have been wanting to change spots but little nervous to do so... so far glutes working fine but I know I need to change up spots.... any advice on where to go next and how.

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    I do quads up in the pocket area using a 28 ga. slin pin. Works like butter and no pain so your 27 ga. should be great.

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    If you want a new area.../ try the VG area. I just found out about it and it is the best place so far.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69 View Post
    If you want a new area.../ try the VG area. I just found out about it and it is the best place so far.


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    How do u find the area? I’ve always been worried about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sane View Post
    Ok. Also I draw with and 18g then switch. Also I switch glute per week. I have been wanting to change spots but little nervous to do so... so far glutes working fine but I know I need to change up spots.... any advice on where to go next and how.
    I already answered your question just gotta read pal. As far as how don't complicate it. Just stick the damn needle in and jam the plunger down. With those tiny pins you have nothing to worry about. You won't be hitting any nerves, you won't bleed, you can't really move the pin around to cause damage to the tissue as the point will just break off if you move it around too much.

    One tip to make your life easier is you can try heating the oil. That'll help it flow through the tiny gauge easier.

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    I use 27ga 1" pins exclusively to pin. I rotate pin area from chest, shoulders, glutes, thighs.

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    Screw those little needles. Takes to long to inject. I stick with 23g 1 or 1 1/2. Even the 25 takes to freaking long to inject. I know a lot of people like to backfill those little needles syringes but you run a bigger chance for infection when you pull the stopper out of the tube

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScotchGuard02 View Post
    I use 27ga 1" pins exclusively to pin. I rotate pin area from chest, shoulders, glutes, thighs.
    What you using to draw? I've been using 25 for both outa convince

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt 88 View Post
    What you using to draw? I've been using 25 for both outa convince
    I bet he uses an 18 g blunt fill needle and syringe and then backfills them into the small pins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David LoPan View Post
    I bet he uses an 18 g blunt fill needle and syringe and then backfills them into the small pins.
    Why back fill? Just change the needle out on the syringe. I use 18ga to draw and change to 27ga to pin. You should avoid introducing air into the syringe if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScotchGuard02 View Post
    Why back fill? Just change the needle out on the syringe. I use 18ga to draw and change to 27ga to pin. You should avoid introducing air into the syringe if possible.
    Hey Scotch- where have you been hiding???
    Itís good to see you active!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScotchGuard02 View Post
    Why back fill? Just change the needle out on the syringe. I use 18ga to draw and change to 27ga to pin. You should avoid introducing air into the syringe if possible.
    This is what i do too, works like a charm.

    Stop over-thinking, simplicity facilitate many things.

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