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Will Sust fit?

Any chance of getting sustanon by organon through a 19 gauge insulin syringe?

[quote]OneDay wrote:
Any chance of getting sustanon by organon through a 19 gauge insulin syringe? [/quote]

???19 guage insulin syringe???

PLEASE STOP SMOKING CRACK…

did you mean 29 gauge? cause 19 is definately NOT insulin size

Yes all oils will fit through a 29 guage insulin syringe. The smaller the syringe barrel is, the higher the pounds per square inch is. This compensates for the smaller needle. Drawing up the sust will be a pain however, It is best to draw the sust initially in a regular 3 cc syringe with a 22 guage or lower needle, remove the insulin plunger - carefull not to let the rubber come in contact with anything, and back fill the insulin syringe with the sustenon. Replace the plunger, clear the air and you are done.

[quote]DPH wrote:
OneDay wrote:
Any chance of getting sustanon by organon through a 19 gauge insulin syringe?

???19 guage insulin syringe???

PLEASE STOP SMOKING CRACK…[/quote]

oops, hit wrong button…I have a bunch of 29 gauges left over from a winstrol cycle and was planning a sust cycle and wanted to see if it would fit…

draw up with 22g and switch to 29g pin, invert and push the air out, you will lose a little gear, but you lose some in the needle anyway (not so much in a 29g i guess). if you can execute this well, loss is minimal.

draw up with 22g and switch to 29g pin, invert and push the air out, you will lose a little gear, but you lose some in the needle anyway (not so much in a 29g i guess). if you can execute this well, loss is minimal.

Tranferring to the insulin pin need not cost your more than a dribble if done carefully.
Just hold the plunger lightly in the end of the upright syringe (after transfilling) and wait for the little bubble to go all the way to the needle end. Then squeeze it out. You will have lost a drip which is nothing. Just make sure to aspirate as you will never get rid of all the air unless you are willing to sacrifice more gear.

Thanks for the help all…