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[* black] Cut the syringe just past its plunger stop (the barrier inside the tube that the plunger butts up against when pushed in all the way) with a hacksaw. We want to keep the plunger stop in place so that the plunger can make a seal against it during dives.
[* black] We only want to cut off excess plastic (the part that a needle would normally screw into) in order to remove unusable length in the plunger.
[* black] Once the end of the syringe has been cut off, cut at (around) the 0.16mL mark.
[* black] Use medium-grit sand paper to smooth and square up the cut sides of the syringe.

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