This is my review of the Global Defense Initiatives (GDI) MT5-OSM™ (Aimpoint Micro Mount).
I initially heard of GDI while browsing another forum.  I have tested every QD mount on the market that I know of so I really wanted to get my hands on one of these to compare it to the others.  I sent out an E-Mail and to GDI and I explained to them who I was and asked them if they would be interested in me doing a T&E for their Aimpoint Micro MT5-OSM or MT6-OSM Mount.  I was pleasantly surprised when I received an E-Mail from Kate Hagen indicating she would send me the MT5-OSM for T&E.

Description: Sight mount for Aimpoint® Micro T-1, H-1, and R-1 Red Dot reflex sights
P/N: MT6M, MT5M, MT3M, MT1M Materials:
CNC Machined Aerospace Grade Aluminum Stainless Steel
Finish: MIL-SPEC Type III Hardcoat Anodize
Category: Patent Pending


  • Adaptable to: Aimpoint® Micro T-1, H-1, and R-1 Red Dot reflex sights
  • Zero Retention/Repeatability: .01 MOA
  • Adjustable to out-of-spec / worn M1913 Picatinny rails
  • Auto-locking Quick Detach™ (ALQD) lever system
  • Non-abrading / gouging Picatinny rail lockdown feature
  • Lightweight rugged design
  • American Made

MT6-OSM™ (Optical Sight Mount) Sight mount for Aimpoint® Micro T-1, H-1, and R-1 Red Dot reflex sights: M4/M16 Compatible • Lower 3rd Co-witness: Front sight post tip in lower 3rd of sight picture.

MT5-OSM™ (Optical Sight Mount) Sight mount for Aimpoint® Micro T-1, H-1, and R-1 Red Dot reflex sights: M4/M16 Compatible • Standard Co-Witness: Front sight post tip in-line w/red dot.

MT3-OSM™ (Optical Sight Mount) Sight mount for Aimpoint® Micro T-1, H-1, and R-1 Red Dot reflex sights: HK416/Gas Piston Upper Compatible • Lower 3rd Co-witness: Front sight post tip in lower 3rd of sight picture.

MT1-OSM™ (Optical Sight Mount) Sight mount for Aimpoint® Micro T-1, H-1, and R-1 Red Dot reflex sights: Low Height Above Bore Weapon Rail Compatible (Shotgun, Subgun, PS90, Pistol, etc.).

When I took the mount out of the box, my first thought was, “this thing is built like a tank.”  As I inspected the mount, I noticed the fit and finish was perfect.  The mount is hollowed out to reduce weight.

Auto-locking Quick Detach™ (ALQD) lever system:
Overall, this is one of the better QD lever systems I’ve tested.  The lever itself is nice and strong.  The Auto-locking mechanism is spring loaded and locks down solid.  I tried very hard to pull the lever open without moving the Auto-locking mechanism and it would not open.  I’ve done that with others and the locking system failed.  This is the best locking system I’ve seen on a mount.  To adjust the mount, you just need a flat head screwdriver.  It doesn’t get any easier than that.  Another nice thing is that this mount will not mark/gouge the upper receiver.  Not a big deal to some, but a big deal to others.

Mounting the MT5-OSM™ (Optical Sight Mount):
Mounting the MT5-OSM is very straight forward.  You just have 4 screws that are mounted through the bottom.  The screws that came with my mount had small heads and I did not use any Loctite on them because I was afraid that I may not be able to remove them without stripping the screws.  I E-Mailed Kate Hagen and she indicated that they are replacing the screws with screws that have a larger head and a torx drive versus allen.  This takes care of my only complaint about the mount.

Zero Repeatability:
I went to the range to test out the repeatability of the mount.  After my initial zero, I did a couple of 10 round shot groups at 100 yards using a 3xMagnifier behind the T-1.  I then removed the optic and placed it back in the same exact slot and shot a couple more 10 round shot groups and repeated 2 more times.  There was no noticeable shift in zero, which is consistent with all of the other QD mounts that I’ve tried.  That is one of the nice features about QD mounts.

IMHO, this is one of the best QD mounts on the market.  It just flat out does what it was designed to do without any frills or gimmicks.  I highly recommend this mount on a duty or personally owned rifle.

This is my review of the Mega Arms Tactical Trigger.

• Single stage trigger with adjustments to minimize over-travel and trigger ‘creep’.

• Made from billet 8620 alloy steel then case hardened to 60Rc with a core hardness of 38Rc.

• Features a widened leading edge for comfort, and an appealing structural appearance.

• Mega Tactical Trigger yields an average 41/2 lb. pull with mill-spec. components.

• Finished in Black or thin density chrome.

• Furnished with precise installation instructions.

• 1.2 oz.

• MTT-801B (Black) M.S.R.P. $91

• MTT-801S (Chrome) M.S.R.P. $103

My first attempt to install the Mega Tactical Trigger on my Bushmaster lower didn’t go too well. The Bushmaster hammer did not work with the Mega Tactical Trigger. I then used a different hammer (I believe it is a DPMS Hammer), and it finally worked. This is one of the negatives about this trigger. I kind of wish Mega would supply a matching hammer with each trigger to take care of this potential problem.

I’ve been a huge fan of the two stage triggers for a long time. I shoot very well with them and am very comfortable with them. At first I was reluctant to switch to the single stage triggers mainly because I was so comfortable with the two stage triggers. As per the instructions, I loaded up a couple of rounds in the magazine to test out to ensure the trigger was working properly. After a few test fires, I determined the trigger was good to go. I tested the Mega Arms Tactical Trigger by shooting some rapid fire shooting and some precision shooting. Shooting this trigger was very pleasant. The trigger pull was an estimated 4-5 lb pull. It is noticeably lighter than a stock AR15 Trigger, but heavier than my WOA tuned RRA 2-stage Trigger. There was some creep to the Mega Arms Tactical Trigger, which took me a few rounds to get used to, but once I got used to it, it was not a big deal. I was able to shoot pretty fast with this trigger and just as accurate as I was with my WOA tuned RRA, which surprised me.

For the money, this is a very nice single stage trigger. There are two screws that you have to loctite, but I don’t see how they could ever move. I wouldn’t put these in the same class as other single stage triggers, but then again, these are nowhere near as expensive.

I found this great little installation video by Rainier Arms.




Aimpoint Micro T-1 Review

Posted: June 25, 2011 in Optics
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This is my review of the Aimpoint Micro T-1.

Aimpoint Micro T-1 Red Dot Sight
I know these sights have been out for a while now and there have been several reviews on it, but this is the first time I bought one so I wanted to do a review on it.

First, I really like how lightweight this sight is. It literally feels like I don’t have an optic on my AR. The next thing I noticed was how little field obstruction there is with it. When using a regular Aimpoint, I get that feeling that I’m looking through a roll of toilet paper, even though I always shoot with both eyes open. With the T-1, it is very clean, like an EOTech. The 4 MOA dot is not a big deal for me. This is a combat optic and I never had a problem with the 4 MOA Aimpoints in the past. Even the turrets and Turret Caps are pretty neat. The turrets have these two holes that you have to stick the supplied Micro Tool or just turn the Turret Caps over and use them.

1. Light.
2. Rugged. If you don’t think these are durable, just watch the Daniel Defense Torture Test.
3. Battery life (5 years).

1. Price ($650.00). With most Aimpoints, they are priced a little too high IMHO. The only exception being the Aimpoint PRO.

The Aimpoint T-1 is rapidly becoming my favorite red dot on the market. It is lightweight, rugged, and has the typical Aimpoint battery life.


Aimpoint Micro T-1 Red Dot Sight:

In response to the need for smaller and lighter tactical sights, Aimpoint is proud to introduce the new Micro T-1 electronic red-dot sight. Built to offer the same battle proven ruggedness as larger Aimpoint sights, the Micro T-1 is able to perform under extreme conditions while adding negligible weight to your weapon.

This new compact sight is suitable for use on rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachineguns and handguns. The Aimpoint Micro T-1 is ideal as a stand-alone sight, and can also be piggybacked on top of larger magnifying scopes, night vision, or thermal imaging optics. The Micro T-1 weighs in at only 3.6 ounces, and comes complete with a patent-pending integral Picatinny mount that is keyed into the sight body to absorb recoil.

The Micro T-1 is a 1X (non magnifying) parallax-free optic that features a 4 minute of angle (MOA) red dot for fast target acquisition. No tools are required to zero the sight, as the top of the caps covering the windage and elevation screws fit directly into holes on the adjustment screws to make the adjustment. The Micro T-1 is waterproof to 25 meters (80 feet) and tough enough to stand up to the worst field conditions. Optimized for use with all generations of night vision devices, the Micro T-1 features a manual adjustment switch with 6 night vision compatible settings and 7 daylight settings (including one extra bright setting for use in desert sunlight or with laser protection filters). Aimpoint s state-of-the-art ACET diode technology allows the Micro T-1 to operate continuously for over 5 years on a single CR-2032 battery. The Micro T-1 is a very exciting tactical optic not just because of its small size, but also due to its extreme versatility. Not only is the Micro T-1 a full-featured stand-alone combat optic, it can also be mounted on top of other magnifying optics, giving the operator dual capabilities to engage targets in a CQB situation as well as at longer ranges. Now, everyone can have the speed advantage of a red dot sight, no matter what type of weapon or primary optic they are carrying.

Ideal for rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachine guns and handguns
Weight 3.7 oz. (105g) including mount
1X (non-magnifying) parallax free optic.
Compatible will all generations of Night Vision Devices (NVD)
6 night vision compatible settings and 7 daylight settings – one extra bright for use with laser protection glasses or in bright desert sunlight.
Integral Picatinny-style base allows easy attachment to any rail.
Patent pending mount is keyed to the sight body to absorb recoil.
New ACET technology allows 50,000 hours (over 5 years) of constant operation from one battery
4 MOA dot
Hard anodized non-reflective finish.
Submersible to 80 feet (25 meters)
Precision adjustments for windage and elevation. Top of protective caps fits into holes on adjustment screws – no other tool required.
Use as a stand alone sight or “piggybacked” on larger magnifying, thermal, or night vision optics.
Unlimited field of view
Parallax-free and unlimited eye relief
Unaffected by extreme weather conditions
Rugged, durable construction
No hazardous materials
No laser emission that could be harmful to your eyes
Mechanical switch for speed and reliability
Increased aiming confidence

System Passive Red Dot Collimator Reflex Sight
Magnification 1X
Eye relief Unlimited
Reticle, size 4 MOA
Optical coating Anti reflex and Band Pass coatings, NVD compatible
Battery Type One 3 V lithium battery, type CR2032, commercially available
Battery Life, typical Over 5 years of continuous (day and night) use at pos 8 of 12 and
Switch, dot brightness 12 settings – 4 NVD and 8 Daylight of which 1Extra Bright,
Material housing Extruded, high strength aluminum, hard anodized
Surface finish Black to dark gray, non-glare finish
Material lens covers Rubber, black, non-glare finish
Adjustment Range ±1 m at 100 meters (±1 yds at 100 yds) in windage and elevation,
Mounting Keyed surface Patent pending mount keyed to the sight body to absorb recoil
Length 62 mm (2.4)
Width/height 41 mm x 36 mm (1.6” x 1.4”) for sight only and 41 mm x 40 mm (1.6” x 1.6”) for sight with Mount
Ring width none
Weight 84 grams (3.0 oz) Sight only, 105 grams (3.7 oz) Sight with Mount
Temperature Range -45 oC to +71 oC (-50 oF to +160 oF)
Water resistance 45 m (150 ft.)


This is my review of the EOTech G23.FTS Gen 2 3xMagnifier.

EOTech G23.FTS GEN 2 3xMAGNIFIER: ($550)


The 3X magnifier is an affordable magnified solution that will transition a fielded HWS into a lethal medium range optic. Superior light transmission and a large field of view helps this magnifier put the competition to shame. This rugged, streamlined optic offers split-second transitioning from CQB to medium range targeting.

This is the 2nd Generation of L3 EOTech magnifiers. It offers a half inch more eye relief, positions the windage and elevation adjustments inside of the optic rather than in the mount, less moving parts in the mount which makes the mount even more stable, and has a quick release throw lever on the bottom of the mount which allows the quick removal of both the optic and the mount. This magnifier aligns perfectly with standard height sights and comes with a 7mm riser to accommodate the 7mm raised sights.

3x magnifier with Flip-To-Side mount and quick detach. Works with all existing HWS units.


  • Length: 1.6″ (40.6mm)
  • Height: 1.64″ (41.65mm) Clears common low profile flip up rear iron sights
  • Weight: 4.5oz (128 grams)
  • Color/Finish: Non reflective black with hard coat finish
  • Flip Orientation: Ambidextrous mount to allow left or right flip
  • Rail Interface: Fixed Picatinny with single mounting bolt.
  • Magnifier Interface: Retained by ARMS® throw
  • Optical Axis Adjustment: Horizontal and vertical adjustments within mount
  • Works with either 3x magnifier


  • Magnification Fixed: 3.25X
  • Eye Relief: 1.97″ (50mm)
  • Length: 4.6″ (117mm)
  • Weight: 11.9oz (372 grams)
  • Temperature: -40 to 160 F
  • Waterproof: 33 ft.
  • Sealing: Fogproof internal optics
  • Mount: MIL-STD-1913 rail
  • Field of View: 6 degrees
  • Retrofits to all HWS models
  • Included 7mm riser for raised bases

The EOTech 3x Magnifier comes with the Samson Flip Mount, which has the ARMS #17 throw lever mount. I’ve had the Samson Flip Mount in the past and it is the fastest flip mount for the magnifiers. To flip the magnifier to the side, just use the left hand to press the flip lever. To bring the magnifier back upright again, just use your right hand to push it upright.

The Mount comes with a spacer so you can use with the 7mm base EOTechs or Aimpoints that have a lower 1/3 co-witness mount. If you have a regular EOTech or an Aimpoint with a regular co-witness, just remove the spacer.

The Samson Flip Mount uses the ARMS QD Throw Lever, which works fine for a Magnifier. I’m hoping in the future that Samson uses the new ARMS Throw Levers that are coming out.

The EOTech 3xMagnifier has 1.97″ of eye relief, which is very good. The Magnifier also has the windage and elevation screws on the magnifier to center the magnifier with the reticle. In the past, EOTech had those adjustments on the mount. The glass is very good and on par with the Aimpoint 3xMagnifier. The magnification is listed as 3.25x, instead of 3x, which is a plus.

For the money, this is the best 3xMagnifier package on the market. It comes with a great mount and with the included spacer, it will adapt the standard or lower 1/3 co-witness. 


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This is my review of the Front and Rear MBUS-Magpul Back-Up Sight-Gen 2.

MBUS® – Magpul® Back-Up Sight – Front GEN 2 ($39.95)
The new MBUS (Magpul Back-Up Sight) GEN 2 is a low-cost, color injection molded, folding back-up sight. The MBUS Front Sight is adjustable for elevation and fits most Picatinny-railed hand guard equipped weapons, but is specifically tailored to the AR15/M16/M4 platform.
Made in U.S.A.


  • Impact resistant polymer construction provides light weight and resists operational abuse
  • Spring-loaded flip up sight easily activated from either side or by pressing the top
  • Detent and spring pressure keeps sight erect but allows for unobstructed folding under impact, etc.
  • Clamps to most any MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny/STANAG 4694 railed hand guard and provides the same height-over-bore as standard A2 irons
  • Protective wings shield the spring-locking A2 front sight post


  • MBUS – Front Gen 2
    • Weight, w/ hardware: 1.2 oz.
    • Height above rail, stowed: ~0.51 in.
    • Length, stowed: 2.6 in.
    • Length, deployed: 1.5 in.

NEW Features for GEN 2

  • Reduced size for greater optics compatibility
  • Spring-locking front sight post holds consistent elevation

NOTE: Cannot be mounted to a railed gas block due to excess heat issues.
Front MBUS must be mounted to a railed fore end on the same plane as the receiver rail. Because of this the sight is not compatible with the MOE Hand Guard.

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MBUS® – Magpul® Back-Up Sight – Rear GEN 2 ($57.95)
The new MBUS (Magpul Back-Up Sight) GEN 2 is a low-cost, color injection molded, folding back-up sight. The dual aperture MBUS Rear Sight is adjustable for windage and fits all MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail equipped weapons, but is specifically tailored to the AR15/M16/M4 platform.
Made in U.S.A.


  • Impact resistant polymer construction provides light weight and resists operational abuse
  • Spring-loaded flip up sight easily activated from either side or by pressing the top
  • Detent and spring pressure keeps sight erect but allows for unobstructed folding under impact, etc.
  • Clamps to any MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny/STANAG 4694 receiver rail and provides the same height-over-bore as standard A2 irons
  • Protective wings shield the dual flip apertures
  • Detent knob easily and positively adjusts windage


  • MBUS – Rear Gen 2
    • Weight, w/ hardware: 1.3 oz.
    • Height above rail, stowed: ~0.51 in.
    • Length, stowed: 2.6 in.
    • Length, deployed: 1.5 in.

NEW Features for GEN 2

  • Reduced size for greater optics compatibility
  • Both small and large apertures are on the same plane

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I recently purchased a set of the Front and Rear MBUS Gen 2 Sights to go on my LMT MRP. The first thing that I noticed was the height. The MBUS Gen 2 are lower than the MBUS Gen 1 and lower than the ARMS #71 Sights. They deploy the same way as the Gen 1, which is via the left or right button/tab, whereas the ARMS #71 has the button on the rear. No real advantage to either one. One of the welcome changes with the MBUS Gen 2 is the use of flathead screws instead of allen screws, which is also on the ARMS #71. It may sound like something simple, but it is an improvement.

MBUS Gen 2 Front:
The MBUS Gen 2 Front has a modified Front Sight Base/Post which is a HUGE improvement over the MBUS Gen 1. It even comes with a Front Sight Adjustment Tool.

MBUS Gen 2 Rear:
The MBUS Gen 2 Rear has a smaller Windage Knob and they switched over to the Same Plane Rear Aperature. Both were also HUGE improvements over the MBUS Gen 1.

Hands down, these are my favorite BUIS on the market. They sit very low and have all of the features that most people want and they cost over half the price of the Iron BUIS on the market. The only negative being that the MBUS GEN 2 Front cannot be mounted on the Railed Gas Blocks.


EOTech EXPS 2-0 Review.

Posted: March 15, 2011 in Optics
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This is my review of the EOTech EXPS 2-0.

Offering true 2 eyes open shooting, a transversely mounted lithium 123 battery, and 7 mm raised base offering iron sight access, the new EXPS2 features easy to adjust side buttons and a single, quick release throw lever for easy attachment and removal.

  • Reticle is a 65MOA circle with 1 MOA aiming dot
  • Single transverse 123 battery to reduce sight length
  • Shortened base only requires at most 2 3/4 inch of rail space
  • Battery cap and latch are eliminated and replaced with a simple O-ring, tethered cap; better sealing is achieved
  • Battery compartment is now separated from the base to allow it to hover over the delta ring of the rifle
  • Average battery life at brightness level 12 is roughly 600 hours
  • Side buttons with a single quick detach throw lever


  • Optics: Transmission holography – parallax free
  • Magnification: 1x
  • Eye Relief: Unlimited
  • Length/Width/Height: 3.5″x2.4″x2.8″ (91.4X 60.9x71mm)
  • Weight: 11.2 oz (317grams)
  • Temperature: -40 to 150 F
  • Waterproof: Submersible to 10 ft depth
  • Sealing: Fogproof internal optics
  • Color/Finish: Non reflective black with hard coat finish
  • Adjustment (per click): 0.5 MOA (1/2″ at 100 yds)
  • Adjustment Range: +/- 40 MOA travel
  • Mount: 1″ Weaver or (MIL-STD-1913) rail. Adjustable for width variation
  • Return to Zero: Repeatable to within 2 MOA after re-mounting

Heads-Up-Display Window:

  • Optical Surfaces: Anti-glare coating
  • Window Dimensions: 1.20″ x 0.85″ (30 x 23mm)
  • Front Window Material: 1/8″ solid glass
  • Rear Window Material: Shatter resistant laminate (3/16″ thick)
  • Field of View (100 yds): 30 yds (28m) at a 4″ eye relief
  • Reticle Options: Black EXPS2 Models include only one of the following reticles:
  • 65MOA ring with single 1MOA dot


  • Brightness Adjustment Range: 146,000:1 brightest to lowest
  • Night Vision Brightness Range: 1280:1 with NV switch engaged
  • Power Source: (1) 123 lithium battery
  • Battery Life: 600 continuous hours at nominal setting 12
  • Brightness Settings: 20 settings with scrolling feature
  • Auto Battery Check Indicator: Flashing reticle upon start-up
  • Auto Shut-down: At 8 hrs- programmable to 4 hrs

I’ve had several EOTechs in the past and we have them on our Patrol Carbines at work, so I’m very familiar with the EOTechs. I’ve had 512’s, 552’s, the 516, and the XPS 3-2. I generally prefer the Standard Height ones, but I wanted to try the EXPS because of the built-in QD Throw Levers. I’ve had every throw lever out on the market from ARMS, ADM, Larue, GG&G, and Bobro, and to be honest, the EOTech QD Throw Levers are right up there with all of them. The locking mechanism is top notch.RANGE TIME:
I went to the range to sight the EOTech in and do some repeatability tests. I did 4 ten round shot groups at 50 yards with just the magnifier. after every 10 rounds, I removed the EOTech and placed it back on the upper. As with all optics, I always move them as far forward on the rail slot. This really helps with repeatability. I think the picture below speaks for itself in terms of repeatability:

The EOTech EXPS sits up at approximately 2.285″. This is generally higher than I prefer due to my body shape, but it is workable for me. The reticle sits a little lower in the EOTech window when my cheekweld is at my preferred height.

Over the years, I have heard of many complaints about the EOTechs. Here are some of the common complaints and how I would address them:

The EOTech XPS/EXPS has a battery life of 600 hours on the brightness setting 12. Even if someone were to have it on for 24 hours, that would equal to approximately 25 days. Realistically, no one is going to have it on 24 hours a day. So lets try 8 hours a day. That would equal to 75 days (2.5 months).

Just figure out exactly how often you realistically you will be using your EOTech and change out the batteries accordingly.

The EOTechs all have a 4 or 8-hour shut-off, depending which button you turn it off with. The complaint is that you can’t just turn your EOTech on and leave it on like an Aimpoint, so in a SHTF or on a call-out, you may not have time to turn on the EOTech.

If you have fixed irons and you can’t turn the EOTech on in time, just use your irons. If you have Flip-up Iron Sights, just leave them in the up position, so in the event that you don’t have time to turn on your EOTech, just use the Flip-up Iron Sights.

Many guys are afraid to get an EOTech because of the horror stories on the internet. Some of those stories are legit, while others are guys regurgitating what they hear from the same guys. And not to mention that a majority of those complaints are about the older EOTech Models.

If you are still worried about the reliability of the EOTechs, just use fixed irons so you can trasition to them in the event that the EOTech craps out. This is particularly true for those of us that are issued EOTechs and have no other choice. If you are given a choice and you are not confident, just get something else.

I often hear many guys complaining that the Circle Dot reticle is too Busy/Cluttered and overpowers the target.

Turn the reticle brightness down. It is that simple.

EOTech XPS Models:
XPS 2-0
XPS 2-1
XPS 2-2
XPS 3-0 (NV Models)
XPS 3-2 (NV Models)

EOTech EXPS Models (7mm base and QD Throw Levers):
EXPS 2-0
EXPS 2-2
EXPS 3-0 (NV Models)
EXPS 3-2 (NV Models)
EXPS 3-4 (NV Models)

To me, the EOTech XPS/EXPS Series are the best EOTechs to date. EOTEchs have been plagued with reliability issues in the past, some of it warranted, and a lot of it overblown, but it appears that EOTech is headed in the right direction with the XPS/EXPS Series.

UPDATE 6-19-2011:
I’ve been one of the biggest EOTech apologists, but now you can add me to the EOTech hate club. I was at the range and my EOTech EXPS 2-0 just cut out. After a few seconds, I was able to turn it back on. This is on a training gun, so it isn’t that big of a deal, but my faith in EOTech is gone. I thought the XPS/EXPS was going to be the savior. I was wrong. I’ll stick to my TA33 and I may check out the T-1’s one of these years.


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