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    Does anyone have a good source for buying syringes online? I am looking to make a few of the syringe tank sysems and I'm having trouble finding a good place to get 20ml syringes. Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by cbfairbanks View Post
    Does anyone have a good source for buying syringes online? I am looking to make a few of the syringe tank sysems and I'm having trouble finding a good place to get 20ml syringes. Thanks!
    Amazon is your friend. Amazon.com: 20 ml syringes
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    FleaBay has a pretty decent selection too. I've seen listings for large quantities of various sizes as well as smaller lots. Good luck.....

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    I just go to my local Tractor Supply and get my 20mL syringes to use to make my tanks out of. No need to wait for online ordering.
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    You can ask to buy them at the pharmacy in places like Target. Tell them they are for giving a baby or your pet medicine. They charge less than a dollar for them.

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    How the heck did I get back to 2009? Its way easier just to buy a tank these days.

    You could always pm gummy bear! Lol.

    Good luck. Any good "vendor"(I hate that word) will have syringes.
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    If you live anywhere near any farm/ranch/feed supply store, you can buy syringes without any hassle. Folks with livestock use them all the time for vaccinating (etc.) their stock... I'm not sure about online sources; since, all I have to do is drive into town to the feed store. They have a big display case with everything other than the 16cc ones I (think I) need to make (polyprop) replacement sleeves for my (polycarb) V-Core 2.0 tanks... I've found that the 6cc are handy for mixing juices and filling cart tanks, though.
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    Try your local pharmacy they have all sorts of syringes behind the counter. I picked up a few and they were $.25 plus tax from a walgreens with pointed needles the pointed needles do not work well, but just get the luer lock style ones.

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    You can also get a flush syringe. Its for your when you have a tooth out, its what I use to refill my carts, and they come in various sizes. Most pharmacies will give them to for free or a small charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidnapped View Post
    If you live anywhere near any farm/ranch/feed supply store, you can buy syringes without any hassle. Folks with livestock use them all the time for vaccinating (etc.) their stock... I'm not sure about online sources; since, all I have to do is drive into town to the feed store. They have a big display case with everything other than the 16cc ones I (think I) need to make (polyprop) replacement sleeves for my (polycarb) V-Core 2.0 tanks... I've found that the 6cc are handy for mixing juices and filling cart tanks, though.
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