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Old 11-20-2002, 10:05 AM   #11
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By Federal Law, it is unlawful to sell or purchase syringes without a prescription. Even with Diabetics, they can get the insulin without a prescription, but the can't get the needles without a prescription.
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Actually I need to correct my last post. It is unlawful to purchase syringes without a prescription and sell them without a license. I'm not saying it isn't done, but legally it's considered a prescription item.
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that would be for human use. You can legally get needles and syringes at any farm supply/feed store without a permit or license. You can do the same thing whenever you buy pet vaccines from a catalogue. You can purchase virtually any shape or size of both needles and syringes.
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i am injecting with a needle. calcium. i got the syrenge at a vet office. still, ive only killed one.
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Hi guys,

Just a thought.

If syringes are hard to acquire, would it be possible to use one of the syringes that you get in an inkjet re-inking kit ?

I know that they are much larger in diameter with a larger hole but that may help depending on the viscosity of the substance that you are injecting.
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Old 11-20-2002, 04:00 PM   #16
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Like I said it doesn't mean everyone abides by the Law. I work in pharmaceuticals and I have to study Pharmacy Law on a regular basis To keep up my national certification. The reason for these Federal Laws is to stop these items from getting into the wrong hands. They also sell needles to refill ink cartridges, but it still doesn't mean it's legal.
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honestly, no offence, but its not the needle im worried about, its how do kill those gosh darn manjanos. so far this method is unsuccessful, any other suggestions.
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There are NO laws against an animal supply to sell these items.
The laws are different as regards to farm use.
People that sell them are NOT breaking the law, nor are people who purchase them.
Some would possibly take offense by you telling them they are lawbreakers as well.
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You could use the needles you get from ink cartridge replacement, The needle might be a little big, but it should work. The finer the needle the more successful the treatment
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the point i have made is.....i have already tryed injecting them. i was wondering if there were any alternatives considering this specific method has not worked for me

could some one give me a specific or scientific name of the anenome that is pictured at the beginning of this thread. that will help me research it.

fishfreek and reefrunner i could really use your expertese on this on seeing how ive got tons of info on needles and very little on how to accually remove this nuisance anenome that is spreading like wild fire in my 100 gallon reef.
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