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Offlinethem_26
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Gage...Don't let Daddy bury the needle in your arm
    #340018 - 06/13/01 05:32 PM (23 years, 1 month ago)

Will 20 gauge needles be too small for a spore solution? My friend gave me 18 gauge, but she only had access to 1inch peices. She says the largest gauge in 1&1/2 in. lengths is 20.
So....
do I need to go shopping or can I use the freebies?
Either way, at least I've got a free syringe source:)


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Re: Gage...Don't let Daddy bury the needle in your arm [Re: them_26]
    #340020 - 06/13/01 05:41 PM (23 years, 1 month ago)

Yes, they will work fine. The spores you're probably working with are 6-10 microns in diameter. The big problem, as you pointed out, is with the length of the needles on the smaller gauges.



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Re: Gage...Don't let Daddy bury the needle in your arm [Re: egghead]
    #340031 - 06/13/01 06:03 PM (23 years, 1 month ago)

Also spore clumps I tried some smaller needles from wallgreens a while back and if there was a spore clump it clogged

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Re: Gage...Don't let Daddy bury the needle in your arm [Re: egghead]
    #340586 - 06/14/01 11:28 AM (23 years, 1 month ago)

Thanks to both of you. When you put a dollar in a gas tank in order to get down the road, instead of getting the print you really want, you kinda hope to use the resources available to you, ya know?


Don't bury them in the bad place.


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