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Luer Slip Disposable Syringe with Needle


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Luer Slip Disposable Syringe with Needle

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Combination disposable syringe with an ultra sharp needle. Smallest needle is 22 gauge x 3/4". Largest is 18 gauge x 1".

Needles and syringes are also available separately.

Each size is available as singles or in boxes.

* Luer Lock twists on and Luer Slip slides on.


Click to See Recommended Needle Sizes for Most Animals



Item # Description Price Each Qty
XQ-CT Luer Slip 3 mL syringe, 22 ga x 3/4" needle Each $0.16
 
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XQ-CU Luer Slip 3 mL syringes, 22 ga x 3/4" needle (Box of 100) Each $12.95
 
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XQ-CV Luer Slip 3 mL syringe, 22 ga x 1" needle Each $0.16
 
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XQ-CW Luer Slip 3 mL syringes, 22 ga x 1" needle (Box of 100) Each $12.95
 
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XQ-CR Luer Slip 3 mL syringe, 20 ga x 1" needle Each $0.16
 
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XQ-CS Luer Slip 3 mL syringes, 20 ga x 1" needle (Box of 100) Each $12.95
 
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XQ-D6 Luer Slip 3 mL syringe, 20 ga x 1" needle Each $0.16
 
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XQ-D7 Luer Slip 3 mL syringes, 20 ga x 1" needle (Box of 100) Each $12.95
 
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 - Monday, August 05, 2013
Snag on the skin
Reviewed By:  GloforHim (Smiths, Al) 
These needles are so poorly made that about one out of 3 have tiny snags on the needle point that hurt the kittens and puppies so bad that they scream and scratch while trying to run. I don't blame them. You can see the snags when you hold it up to the light or run your finger against them.

 - Thursday, May 09, 2013
Poultry Blood Draws
Reviewed By:  Michelle Sepiol (Wellsboro, PA) 
I use these when I draw on the farm Poultry Blood for Lab tests. They are affordable, and work just fine. Once in a while I get a bad needle with a burr or a needle and syringe that doesn't draw well; getting air in the tube, but this is not normal. I do not use these for large livestock, but use the Luer Locks for them instead. I would reccomend this product.

 - Monday, February 04, 2013
Use for Chickens and Alpacas
Reviewed By:  Ca (Wickenburg, AZ) 
Used these for years on Chickens and Alpacas (as well as dogs and cats). Never had a problem! Good price for the quality.
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