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  • Rowland Anderson

    Great video – thanks for the honest review.

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  • Michael Ogden

    Kudos for an honest review (as usual for you) with actual proof of what you say. That basecoat application was actually scary.

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  • Eric Crawford

    do you ever do much custom painting vs. production painting?

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  • andres silva

    What's a good spray gun for starters?(primer,base coat and primer)

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  • Michael Rousselle

    I just love your videos. Here in the US we have a store called Harbor Freight, everything is made in china. A lot of DIY.s use there spray guns. Would you do a review if I sent you one of these guns. I am in the process of painting a chevelle.Watching your videos is a great inspiration. On what to do and not to do . Happy Holidays to you and your family

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  • Tom Mellor

    Thanks for the honesty, keeping that soul tight!

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  • Benny Boy

    Any idea when that sagola will be available in the U.K.?

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  • James Patton

    The engineer who designed that gun should be fired.

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  • Tony Rendon

    what pressure are you using for clear

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  • Dan Henderson

    Still have an old Binks siphon gun model 18. One of the best guns from the early 80's

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  • Dan Henderson

    Something is wrong with the gun. No way is it that bad

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  • cornishcat11

    fuck gunny that thing lays down paint like a 9inch roller bloody awful gun mate .love your vids keep up the great work

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  • spies hecker

    believe it or not there's probably somebody out there that likes that shit splatter of a gun

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  • sal bos

    hey gunny…what color u using? nice bluesssss….. love that gun 4600😈😈

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  • jantonio H

    Thanks for the heads up man  !!!

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  • Eddie Martinez

    Wow that;s bad i wll keep my sata jet 90 with my 1.4 tip for base and 1.6 tip for clear. Like the munman said get out there and paint some shit and bog that car. P.S look in on dead farang site remember bar girls cant eat love!

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  • Jorge Luis Porto

    que pano é este que você passou para tirar a poeira da tinta?

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  • DIRT NIB

    I can only imagine the horror going through your head once you finished that first pass lol. Way to persevere, i dont think i would have soldiered on with that thing.

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  • foxybrown2

    yea that is bad news I was thinking it was going to be nice but i see what you mean I saw the stripes in the base. Have you tried the Graco Razor?

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  • Dan Patch

    Just found out me new Mini Jet 4400 the air regulator on the back of the gun is plastic and if you plug it into a hose that has a 100 lbs or more the plastic piece of ^&)^) breaks . I have two of the guns and both are broken. So i looked at my Adam II docks and the same plastic crap. Should have bought A Harbor freight $50.00 gun . I am done with Sata

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  • beau pfeiffer recordings

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  • Aleks Borgia

    Tekna prolite and my sata 5000 hvlp and rp it's all I need. no need to tool around with Shity guns. maybe I'll add an iwata later but that it.

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  • 3re koats kustoms

    I was lookin into the the binks a friend said he had a deal on one glad I saw ur review before I made a move

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  • Pintura Automotiva com Kleife Kawakami

    Hello, how are you?! My name is Kleife, I live in Brazil and I do not understand English. I want to ask a question: _ I watched one of your videos, I do not remember which one, but you were painting a dark car and had primer in some places. I noticed that you did not apply the polyester paint all over the car and only did a stretching, I noticed also that he used three different pistols, one with polyester paint, one with varnish and the other that I was in doubt !!! What product did you use after applying the polyester paint, in the seams where it was not applied to the polyester paint, in the second application in the seams before the application of the varnish? Is this product solvent, thinner? I noticed that in the sequence you started with the application of the varnish.
    EX:
    1st Pistol: Polyester
    2nd Pistol: ???????
    3rd Pistol: Varnish
    "My doubt is this second pistol, you also did this by painting a car in silver color.
    I have a small car painting workshop and I am a painter, a short time, about five years and I learn little here in Brazil. I really like your videos. I await your response and thank you.

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  • Pintura Automotiva com Kleife Kawakami

    I do not know if you will understand, I used google translator

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  • jason evans

    sorry Gunny i cant believe the binks is that bad i have used many binks guns over the past 40 years and i still use a binks 7 from time to time. I have seen one of those trophys used and it worked sweet but i didnt make note of the set up, i will try and find out what it was.

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  • Flori Flori

    Can please someone help me with the names of the tools he has worked with?

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  • Hank Scott

    Good on you Gunny for doing honest reviews, good or bad. For a $300 gun I would expect much better, not mottled and such a small fan. There are plenty of other better options out there! Merry Christmas by the way.

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  • Luke Leatherdale

    video speaks for itself mate, that fan is shite and motle is terrible and we all know you are good at what you do, good honest review in my opinion, tell it like it is is the best way, love your work and videos I've got my own bodyshop in the UK and a lot of my methods are the same as yours but I've also picked up a lot from watching you so I'd like to say thanks and merry Xmas, now go spray some shit! lol

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  • Russell Monroe

    thanks for the video's gunman!

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  • Sergio Varela

    Hello my friends, how are you? My name is sergio varela i am from santiago de chile And I would love if your videos had subtitles in Spanish so to understand what you are indicating in your videos

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  • Marija Huter

    Hi,i am professional painter from Montenegro,small country in Europe,can you reccommend me which is the best gun i can use, i have few, SATA 4000, 5000, DevillBis GTI PRO, and i want to buy DevillBis lite gold color, do you recomend me to buy this gun,and which air cap i should use?
    Thank you!

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  • spies hecker

    I've always been a sata guy but since they stopped producing the sata 3000 I've been looking for something to replace it.gunny in your opinion what would b the smart choice ?

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  • kjell sandnes

    MERRY XMAS

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  • spies hecker

    cool thanks I'm gonna order the pro lite t110, 1.3 tip but noticed they don't offer the pretty gold finish here in the states are they still the same gun besides that.

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  • spies hecker

    also I'm pretty particular about matching factory peel. nothing worse to me than seeing a slick panel next to factory peel especially on the high end stuff.I really enjoy your videos that touch on this it's an art in itself.theirs to many sites out there teaching people to cut and buff everything, it's one thing to denib a panel but to buff the entire panel slick it's just wrong. so many thanks.

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  • spies hecker

    absolutely buffing sucks especially when your kickin ass and gotta stop booth time to do it.i don't have the luxury of having a buff tech yet.

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  • carlos eduardo neves da silva

    Hello! Can you try the Brazilian Arprex pistols, to see if they are as good as they say here? Thanks! Merry Christmas!

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  • SwPiotrek

    Interesting video.
    Thanks!

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  • Paul Hopkins

    I didn't even know Binks was still making spray guns, especially gravity feed stuff. They made their name selling pressure pot and suction feed guns

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  • spies hecker

    what's the labor rate there in perth ?

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  • danssv8

    Paint flow for different guns as well as travel speed and jet size and air pressure is all things a spray painter should take in consideration , cheap guns can still do great jobs when tuned nicely

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  • In the garage

    I need some help gunny. I found what looks like a few solvent pops as I started wet sanding. can I mix a small bit of clear and catalyst and apply a dab with say a toothpick to each spot. then wet sand flat and buff. not willing to do a repaint. thanks gunny

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  • spies hecker

    hey gunman do u deal with shitty aftermarket parts in your shop ?

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  • Chris Turner

    You should never feel like you have to make videos, Gunman. What ever you put out here for us we will appreciate, just dont make it a burden on yourself. Lets paint some shit!

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  • Джон Неуловимый

    Very narrow torch did not like the gun.

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  • Jon A

    I found 1 good thing for gun lube polyester primers on the needle or like I do use a $30 gun a few x and throw it out

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  • Jon A

    found 1 thing for gun lube polyester primer lube the shit out of your gun before use or buy a cheapo 2.5mm gun use like a disposable lighter

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  • Chris Turner

    A gun with absolutely no reviews and just came out in March of 2016. Devilbiss Tekna Basecoat. Specifically designed for Basecoat and supreme atomization at lower pressures 14-18 psi. If i could, i would send you that gun to review. Im really intrigued by it, but i wish the handle was shaped like the pro lite and not pro.

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  • slownovaLSX

    you should review the American made C.A technologies or "CAT" spray gun, specifically the cat-x,, I've been eye balling one but haven't decided to spend the money on it.

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  • THE CURE

    rubbish.

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  • rich will

    Hi just wanted to ask, as thinking of buying a devilbiss gti lite, gold gun, would you reccomend for big areas or bonnet, doors full repaint ….already have a iwata Belairia…… or what you reccomend thanks rich

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  • Daniel Seth

    A dealer for Binks loaned me this gun in pressure feed for awhile to try…next to the Graco AirPro..which is a no frills industrial paint gun..it was shit. The grip on it sucked..my hand literally had a couple sore spots just from using it for a couple hours. They do make a couple different air caps for it..i tried them all but didnt see much of a difference between them. But then again..i was painting a semi trailer..not a vehicle.

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  • codysett1

    try and get your hands on a durablock 007 for a review!

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  • Eric Goodwin

    whats a decent price i should pay to get a good gun ?

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  • Bruno Martinho

    Onde comprou a pistola?

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  • Alejandro Rosas

    like your videos an like the way you spray an explain.

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  • Ray Titselaar

    for a american car is that gun okay whaha

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  • Erik E

    My first gun was a Binks M1-G. Still have it. Used it to spray my 49 F1 truck. I recently replaced it with the FLG5 from your recommendation. Picked one up for 146$ delivered from spraygunsdirect. Delivery was 3 days to the states.

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  • Nick Trench

    That sprays blotchy as hell gunny… How much was that gun lol.. Sharpe is horrid imo.. Take the pot and use it on a tekna. Nice looking gun tho.

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  • YaBoi Brian

    I actually got a prolite from my instructor for $350 😁 it came with the TE10 and TE20 . 3 fluid tips and that same pot from that binks . Oh and the digital air pressure gauge . Not too bad if I say so my self 🤔

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  • Matthew Munn

    Gunman, i asked if you did a review on this guy in a past video. This is my first gun. mine is an Auto-pro trifinity. (bought by napa in canada) absolutely love it. i have a 1.3 tip and a 1.3 pro aircap. i spray everything through it from base, clear and single stage. i just started painting a year ago and have a fleet of 120 bucket trucks (power company) I have to keep white. i do find it has a different orange peel than my other 2 devilbiss finish lines (never left me stranded). I really do put these guys to work. the trifinity just fits my hand so perfect

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  • Joe Rmas

    aint heard from binks in a while

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  • Pittsburgh Spray Equipment Co

    Wondering which cap they set you up with theres a 4-6 inch and a 8-12 inch fan cap maybe the smaller fan cap with it?

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  • gabe321

    I just order this gun at my job!!

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  • Themayseffect

    love your work. If i can criticize anything. You should close the topic with a good list of pro and cons of the product.

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  • JBIRD575

    What is the tip size on the sagola 4600???

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  • Jacob pittman

    Gun man is the fucking man bottom line

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  • Jacob pittman

    Love that you tell the straight up truth Gunny, watch you spray every day brother. Thank you so much

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  • Don Van Niekerk

    The Binks BBR suction fed was the best gun Binks made if wanted a huge fan

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  • Jeff M

    I’m new to painting.. am I wrong but aren’t the low volume guns made for smaller jobs and the hvlp guns made to paint entire cars and panels?

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  • jordan young

    Its an LVMP gun setup thats just how lvmp is. Its not a good transfer efficiency prolly about 60% if that.

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  • EightiesTV

    "…suction-fed sprayer from the 90's" lol. The Binks Model 7 had been around since 1934.

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  • Pedro Miguel de Almeida Areias

    A 60€ AsturoMec is much better than this. BTW, in terms of atomization, I have 2 AsturoMecs and 1 SATA 4000 HVLP. Guess what gun do I use for clear coat?

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  • so ho

    Compressor requirement ?

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  • DJOSH POLISH

    Please review about anest iwata 101 132G and devilbiss JGX 502 …thank u sir

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  • Ricki Laws

    thats an industrial gun !!! why are you painting a car with this ??

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  • Ricki Laws

    devilbiss .. binks … ransburg… theyre all under ITW … the same firm . its horses for courses mate . that is an industrial gun …..

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  • Mike Fn Garage

    looks really course I think it sprays like the harbor freight tools 15 usd purple gun.

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  • sprayscience

    I appreciate the honest review, and please keep the same attitude. I know a little about flow dynamics, and I know that Binks is putting the fluid nozzles from the HVLP on the other guns because the volume is to high at the air cap, as the HVLP's need more volume there. If you look at the fluid nozzle you will see that it has 12 holes. If you block out every other hole and leave 6 holes left then it will spray correctly and have a large spray pattern with the proper atomization. I own one myself and thats how I solved the problem. A huge mistake in manufacturing for sure. The build quality of the gun is actually some of the best I have seen though; but this problem is unacceptable, as it can make or break a gun.

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  • Mansour Jreige

    I love your honesty mate been a painter for 18 years and watching your videos has improved my tactics and techniques always been a divelbiss man I've sold my shop and left the trade for now but I'm still sort of interested you've kept me in it

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  • nunya your business

    sad binks use to be top line

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  • Rick A

    Fan size was the first thing i noticed. I just doged a bullet. Thanks gunman.

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  • Marcos Lima

    Pra que falar tanto assim …parece um papagaio kkkk … Desculpa a brincadeira … O teu serviço é nota 1000 parabens …

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  • Rick A

    I tried these binks guns never liked it myself.

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  • 1221Ralph

    Hey gunman what psi were you using for both?

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  • Victor Grham

    You should've used the binks Pressure Pot

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  • Charles Barr

    Ok, so now you have saved me $500, because i seriously was considering this gun as my first full size. Thank goodness I didn't. I'll steer toward Sata or Devilbiss. Great video!!!
    So, i use the touch up version of this gun for very small jobs applying Cerakote to firearms. And the results are amazingly top-notch and professional… But that is a whole different world from automotive spraying. Thanks again for posting this and saving me a pile of money and heartache!!!!

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  • Luis Vega

    Thanks again gunny! Binks was the gun to beat back in the 80's i also use sharpe spray guns and they also seem to have a smaller fan

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  • nunya your business

    does it have a wide fan or is that just it always a thumbs up

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  • P5ykoOHD

    And that's why professional painters spend so much money on their gun … quality, durability, reliability and most importantly speed of application. It's a job, not a passion project, even if you can be passionate about painting cars. I'm a finisher on luxury boats (gelcoat spraying, sanding polishing) and I fking love spraying. Though gelcoat isn't paint.
    The guys I work with are all running 40-100 € guns, and here I am with my "cheap" 200+ € gun, they have tons of orange peal, spend a lot more time sanding, not respecting final thickness requirements of 650µ-700µ (microns), whilst I'm able to start sanding at 320, and even 30µ removing nearly no thickness and being done in 3x less time xD

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  • Karl Harris

    🤣 🙌🏼
    “That is a shit spray gun, no offence”
    I would love to hear what you say when you mean to offend 🤪
    Gorgeous paint job btw.

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  • Joao Silveira

    What pressure should be used for lvmp?

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  • Gila.&.josie quintana

    Have you sprayed with a binks 7

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  • Narayan Sethi

    LG spray gun dj box painting

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  • ask steevies

    Wow, rite outta the gate , sprays like shit ,love the bellaria, thanks 2 you,
    I’m American , don’t apologize…”honestly is your best policy”

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  • COUGAR

    What about the Sagola Junior G1?

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  • Oscar Ontiveros

    Kudos to you sir for your honesty.thank you

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  • Oscar Ontiveros

    Gti pro lite for the win!!!

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  • Rubel Borg

    You are really super .I admire you for your honesty and professionally.

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