Looking for syringes with finer grad lines

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Don't know as this belongs here, but-

The latest Hamilton #701 10 uL syringes we have received have grad lines on them like they were drawn on with crayons, and the frosted background has gaps in it for some silly reason- not at all like the older #701s that we just burned through- fine grad lines, solid background, very easy to work with and much better in terms of precision, particularly when parallax is used.

Can anyone recommend good needles for manual syringing in the 1, 5, and 10 uL range? I want very, very fine grad lines, and a solid white background on the syringe barrel.
Don Shelly
LGC Standards
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