as in the generic M stamp or ABG's etc...
Not yet. They still have a patent for now so no generics are available at this time. However they were available before and they were exactly like the OPs. Same consistency and they didnt work well like the OCs. But then Perdue took them to court and won because of their patent so the other companies were forced to stop making them for a little while until the patent expires
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