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2011/03/19 14:14:12 (permalink)

Is it the gear or syringe?

Okay just started another cycle and having small issues
 
now i free my syringe (plunger) off as soon as it comes out of pack i then proceed to take my dosage from the bottles.
 
Now when im injecting it the plunger is quite "sticky" what i mean is quite hard to press i am not really getting a nice flow onit. Also when trying to get rid of tiny tiny bubbles by pushing them out is also difficult.
 
Now i am not sure if this is the gear or plunger at fault
 
unsure if can post names of gears if a can someone let me know its sus and deca anyway
 
thanks
 
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 14:19:50 (permalink)
    What size pins you using

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 14:24:56 (permalink)
    as above, it should flow OK through a blue, but you shouldnt rush your jab anyway, 30-45secs is the usual.
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 14:26:36 (permalink)
    Trying using smaller barrells as well, if permitting

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 14:28:18 (permalink)
    im shooting up using green top as going into ass
     
    its 2,5ml barrells aswell
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 14:31:23 (permalink)
    crs

    im shooting up using green top as going into ass

    its 2,5ml barrells aswell

    Greens are to big to inject imo, but each to their own. You shouldn't have any problems with a green and 2.5ml barrel in terms of flow. Have you tried warming up the vial for 5 mins in a bowl of hot water to loosen the liquid up a bit

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 14:58:22 (permalink)
    As above must be the gear as greens are more than big enough for jabbing

    Heat your vial in hot water for 5 mins helps thin the oil
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 15:10:51 (permalink)
    Maybe the sponk on your bum cheeks is causing a bockage?

    Try showering pre jab.

    Just kidding... some oils can affect the rubber movey part in the barrel... although i've never encountered any myself. Bmc.s tip was good... warm the vials in hand hot water before you draw, make sure you wipe them off and switch needles etc before you draw/jab and so on though....
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 15:12:26 (permalink)
    Doink 

     Red Bull's tip was good... warm the vials in hand hot water before you draw, make sure you wipe them off and switch needles etc before you draw/jab and so on though....


    Corrected for you

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 15:17:29 (permalink)
    Oops! Sorry mate
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 15:18:50 (permalink)
    Because I like your posts, i'll forgive you

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 15:56:48 (permalink)
    Once i have loaded the barrel with the gear i then proceed to heat the barrell under piping hot water.
     
    always heat up the gear afore i inject as a mind my first cycle of sus and deca first jag never heat up ma arse was hanging off me for a week lol
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 15:59:10 (permalink)
    No don;t do that lol. Heat the vial (where the gear is) in the sink, Then remove vial from the water and draw the now warmed up gear from the vial

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 16:01:48 (permalink)
    yeah you don't want tap water somehow contaminating your gear or getting injected....

    Chances are it'd be fine but you never know... better safe than sorry and just heating the vial, drying it off, swabbing it and continuing as normal... |


    To be extra safe you could just thumb the vial into your anus and clench for 5 minutes or so.....*

    Make sure you swab the top first though!!!

    * I've never done that
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 16:04:16 (permalink)
    Doink

    To be extra safe you could just thumb the vial into your anus and clench for 5 minutes or so.....*



    Thanks, seriously! That sounds less hassle. 5 Star'd your post

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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 16:47:35 (permalink)
    Doink

    To be extra safe you could just thumb the vial into your anus and clench for 5 minutes or so.....*
     

     
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 17:13:48 (permalink)
    the plunger is sealed so no water contamination can get in.
     
    Ive always in past cycles did this method of heating up and in past there hasnt been too much of a hassle like this.
     
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 18:19:47 (permalink)
    I have the same issue with the plunger sticking, i only get it using B.G gear (dont know if i can post full name)
    I think its the oil they use, I only use that brand for tren e. so i mix it with pharma test in the same siringe and all is fine.
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/19 18:39:44 (permalink)
    ino for a fact it isnt my sus as ive used it afore and other using it i know with no problems though my deca is a new brand i havnt tried afore
     
    can i post the name? not the lab just the name on bottle?
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    Re:Is it the gear or syringe? 2011/03/20 01:56:57 (permalink)
    Doink
    some oils can affect the rubber movey part in the barrel... although i've never encountered any myself.
    Given that this isn't your first time jabbing & you know what sort of resistance to expect on the plunger (a lot of first timers are surprised when the oil doesn't flow through with very slight finger tip pressure) it might be this: not unusual to get guys saying they have this problem with gear in EO rather than just oil.

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