You really want to use 18 gauge for best results. Any thinner and you would have a heck of a time getting the juice in and out.
OK thanks Harmony, I will look around when I'm out and about on Saturday, hopefully I can find one, is it the sort of thing I would find at a walgreens etc?
I'm not familiar with the laws in Kansas, sorry. Some states sell them OTC, some you have to have a prescription, some states you can get them at the feed store and some you can't get anywhere and they are illegal to possess without a script.
I buy mine online. If you want an online resource I'm sure someone could send you a PM.
You can also use the needle tip bottles that are available online. Also some of the juices that Vapor4Life now sales comes in a type of needle tip bottle (hard plastic, needle type tip), which makes it easier to fill cartos and tanks.
Nailz sir, You are not weird but neither are we. A lot of us have been turned into "Mad Scientist" of sort though. Mixing potions, using syringes and beakers, all manner of electronic chargers and USB's, metering things, recording test results as well as hours of reading and research. I haven't used this much science and algebra since high school. LOL It has been more of a hobby than a chore, and kind of fun. But at the end of the day I remind myself of why I started and will not go back to the analogs. As my fellow vapers have stated, go with what works for you to stay the course. But if you do decide to venture further into the vaping lifestyle you could not find a better group than the family here to guide you. Now back to the lab for me. Enjoy the day!
OK thanks for the advice, I will not use the condom method and glad I brought it up, so now know the best method, still getting use to the terms and had heard of the tayrn spin, but had no idea what they meant.