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Injecting - muscle injecting

Discussion in 'Heroin' started by Artemisminion, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. Artemisminion

    Artemisminion Newbie

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    on the iv safty tips page it says its best to inject into aq vein in the arm or the thigh muscle. swim's having a bitch of a time hitting veins so he was wondering what people thought about the thigh muscle. obviously easier to hit but is it as effective and safe? plus he has a kinda crappy insulin sharp and a 25 guage 3cc sharp from the farm co-op. which should he use?
     
  2. RhinestoneCowboy

    RhinestoneCowboy Titanium Member

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    most of my friends that muscle tar shots every day do it with a standard insulin rig with 28g 1/2" tip. in the thigh, shoulders, biceps. despite the substance being tar, their results are rather surprisingly good. meaning they dont have abscesses often. the 3cc is a true muscle (IM) rig, and will go deeper into the muscle to prevent leakage into fat tissue, which to swim seems like a better idea, but all the swimmers that muscle seem to only use the little rigs. swim sees no harm in using the 1" 3cc rig, as it will go deeper and prevent leakage into the fatty tissue layer.