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    Where do you guys get your needles, and syringes?

    I usually get them on amazon but mostly whats on their now is just no name stuff.

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    gpzmedlab dot com

    Quick and discreet packaging
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    not saying it is the best...

    also not discreet...

    https://www.atlanticmedsupply.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krb367 View Post
    gpzmedlab dot com

    Quick and discreet packaging

    I use them as well.
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    Thanks guys

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    3cc 25 ga x 1" is a good all around size pin. Then buy a box of 18 ga tips only for loading and you're good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    3cc 25 ga x 1" is a good all around size pin. Then buy a box of 18 ga tips only for loading and you're good to go.
    exactly

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    Gpz for sure!

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    For European shipping ?

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    Gpz used to be great when they carried terumo needles. Terumo is the sharpest needles available, and out perform every other brand. I use excel syringes, and terumo needles. Excel syringes have the little nipple on the plunger to push more of the oil out of the hub.

    There was a a paper out there that showed terumo to be the sharpest needles i will see if i can dig it up. Terumo are not as easy to find anymore, everyone used to carry them now only a few places.

    I cant find the actual study, but this is the basic information from the study published by terumo.

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...=1584514875005
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    Ordered 100 slin needles yesterday, came this morning. Good service!

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    I use shopvetmed, good prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krb367 View Post
    gpzmedlab dot com

    Quick and discreet packaging
    I love GPZ... They are always faster than I even expect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstone View Post
    Gpz used to be great when they carried terumo needles. Terumo is the sharpest needles available, and out perform every other brand. I use excel syringes, and terumo needles. Excel syringes have the little nipple on the plunger to push more of the oil out of the hub.

    There was a a paper out there that showed terumo to be the sharpest needles i will see if i can dig it up. Terumo are not as easy to find anymore, everyone used to carry them now only a few places.

    I cant find the actual study, but this is the basic information from the study published by terumo.

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...=1584514875005

    Interesting stuff. Thanks!
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    East coast medical supply

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    The local chemist?
    Just walk to the store and say you need a box of syringes and he gives it no question asked. A box has maybe a 100 costs around 4-5 $

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    Thanks for the inspiration, my order from Wednesday came in today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xxblazenlowxx View Post
    I use shopvetmed, good prices.
    ^^^^^ me too
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    Sterilesyringes.com

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    I use sterilesyringes as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    3cc 25 ga x 1" is a good all around size pin. Then buy a box of 18 ga tips only for loading and you're good to go.
    Isnít it cheaper to buy with the 18 ga and then the 25 g for use?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Krb367 View Post
    gpzmedlab dot com

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    Went with them
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    Alegro medical


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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69 View Post
    Isn’t it cheaper to buy with the 18 ga and then the 25 g for use?


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    I think its the same either way.

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    For brands I would personally only ever use Terumo or BD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    For brands I would personally only ever use Terumo or BD
    Why?


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    Quote Originally Posted by charger69 View Post
    Why?


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    Never had any issues.

    - Stores well, glue from packaging of each needle doesn't fall apart over time (hopefully this description makes sense)

    - Never had a needle break and seem to be the sharpest

    - Longest expiration date (don't think this matters but hey the apocalypse might be near). Don't even know if needles can actually "expire".

    - Competitive pricing

    - Leur lock system never fails as well as needle guard never falls off

    A happy customer satisfied with the product+quality.

    I imagine there are other good options but almost 10 years later and I'm still pleased with the two companies.
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    I have gotten mine for more than 10 years from CALVETSUPPLY dotCOM - They have tons of selection, sizes and shipping is cheap / fast... to US domestic. They are based out of Nevada... I usually get my order 2 days after placing. P.S. they also have injectable vitamin b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    For brands I would personally only ever use Terumo or BD
    I definitely don't like Covidien. Their needles are sharpened on a funky angle or something.
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    I use excel syringes and needles. No complaints, but I’m open to suggestions

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    Quote Originally Posted by i_SLAM_cougars View Post
    I use excel syringes and needles. No complaints, but Iím open to suggestions
    I just posted on another thread about this so Iíll just copy and paste. I use Excel syringes and BD PrecisionGlide needles. I get them at Medlabgear.com.

    I use BD Precisionglide 23g needles. They are thin walled so the inner diameter of the needle is larger. This allows more fluid to flow through while still maintaining the 23g outer diameter. I takes about 10 seconds for my Rx Test to draw 1/2ml with a 1ml syringe and a lot less for other brands that use less viscous oils. I would imagine a larger syringe would take even less time because of more suction.
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