I used to get good quality Test Enanthate made by Organon Karachi and the bottles were not uniform in size and shape. So, the shape of the vial doesn’t necessarily mean that the gear is bunk.
I does mean that you got fake Organon gear, however.
Yes, possibly, but not definitely. It certainly does look suspicious to see an oddly shaped vial. But to be honest, I’m not familiar the manufacturing process in Karachi and I don’t know how misshapen a vial has to be to be rejected by quality control. In my opinion, I wouldn’t say that a couple of misshapen vials means that the stuff came from a bootlegger.
Standards vary from country to country. And companies have different standards that must be met depending on the rules and regulations of the intended market. It’s very possible that the quality control regulations differ in products intended for sale in Pakistan or the U.S. or Germany. While I imagine that a company as dependable as Organon probably has similar standards in the quality and consistency of dosage in all of their products; the packaging rules might not be as strict from country to country.
Of course, I would feel more confident if all of my vials were the same shape and size and it’s very possible that the gear that I had was bootlegged.
I hope the OP has scored some good gear regardless of who manufactured it and like someone said, you will know for sure in a week or two.
I’m not saying you’re wrong, because I pretty much agree that all you say could easily be true (especially when we’re talking about Pakistan), but my money would be on a company as big as Organon having rigidly standardized quality control 100% across the board, no matter where they are. Companies don’t get to be that big and successful by letting those kinds of things slide.