Buying Syringes

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  1. cbfairbanks

    cbfairbanks Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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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  2. paddymx

    paddymx Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Amazon is your friend. Amazon.com: 20 ml syringes
     
  3. horton

    horton ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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.....
     
  4. gwbruce

    gwbruce Senior Member ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  5. juicejunky

    juicejunky Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  6. BigCypress

    BigCypress Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  7. Kidnapped

    Kidnapped Full Member Verified Member

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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.
     
  8. Relaxed5311

    Relaxed5311 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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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.
     
  9. mykeyfinn

    mykeyfinn Full Member

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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.
     
  10. WarHawk-AVG

    WarHawk-AVG Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Tractor supply
     
  11. RPadTV

    RPadTV Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I recommend these 3ml luer-lock syringes. They're great for cartos as is and if you move up to a Kayfun, you can buy plastic tips for easy refilling.
     
  12. kushka

    kushka Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    KV animal supply has 20ml syringes for $0.59. They have all sorts of needles and syringes form 0.13 on up. The problems are that they charge $5 shipping unless you buy $50 worth of stuff. Also there needles are sharp - I just dull them with a nail file

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  13. tyob1

    tyob1 Full Member Verified Member

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    A lot of Pharms are starting to restrict sales of intramuscular syringes without prescription. Google getpinz.com or GPZ, they're legit.
     
  14. boborone

    boborone Super Member ECF Veteran

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    tyob1 Full Member Verified Member

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    The header says "Buying Syringes". I gave a source for filling/mixing syringes. Someone could possibly use the information. Apologies for straying from the OP.
     
  16. tyob1

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  17. boborone

    boborone Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Most pharmacies don't carry 20 ml syringes. You would need to go a tractor supply type place like some other posters have said. It's not exactly something a diabetic uses. It's for dosing out large amounts of fluid.
     
  18. Joshuasculptor

    Joshuasculptor Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Tractor supply store! horse Med section. 16G needle and 12ml syringe. (FOR VETERINARY USE ONLY) HA!

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  19. Joshuasculptor

    Joshuasculptor Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Whoops beat me to it.

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  20. Joshuasculptor

    Joshuasculptor Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    High tank

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