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    never have to get draw needles now :)

    Needleless Vial Adaptor: Access Device

    Hi all, just wanted to share. Alot of you seniors may already know but I got
    this needless access valve given to me by TRT doc. It snaps onto vial then
    you remove needle from syringe and easy draw. Its great!

    I had been drawing and shooting w/21g to balance size vs time to dray. Now draw is a snap.

    Here is link to page from manufacturer (PS, snapped right onto robo-vile securely).

    http://www.healthmark.ca/2-7-8-Needl...l?ProduitID=36

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    No way in fuck I'll pin with a 21 g

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    I like the idea, but for me at least, I can't say the syringe attachment point would stay sanitary and free of cooties.

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    circle circle dot dot

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    It literally takes a second to push my draw needle into the vial to draw it, so I really don't see the benefit, and the sterility has to be way better. Probably even quicker to push into the vial than attach the syringe anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmb5017 View Post
    No way in fuck I'll pin with a 21 g
    My ass hurts just thinking "21G"

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    21G? Damn son.... that would tear my ass up. I'll stick with my 25g...

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    21g

    Sent from my SM-S975L using Tapatalk

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    No thanks on pinning with a 21g. No reason for that. Pins are cheap. 25g is what I use.

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    patience grasshopper...I routinely draw (and pin) with a 26G, 27G, and at times a 29G

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