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Sorry, but this post is just all sorts of weird. What from primaforce has ever been proven as "bunk" or underdosed? Primaforce is one of the top notch supplement companies when it comes to providing COA's, with mike providing quality tests for every supplement put out. Not to mention, whats wrong with primaforce COP? It passed the COP "Test" put forward by patrick arnold, while many others failed (SNS COP passed too for those wondering). I love SNS too btw, use their stuff all the time, but cmon now, no need to knock mike/primaforce.
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I would take the OOS question to Nutraplanet as far as I know we have it in stock, it's just a matter of the Ninja Monkeys re-stocking up on it !
>SNS-Glycophase<Serious Nutrition Solutions Rep
yes I've used their cop, and have used their agmatine with no problems on either. I switched to their agmatine after hemavol got too pricey, noticed the same hypo effects. lets be real no ones going to feel anything with COP from any company (just as you wouldn't with beta alanine etc), but it did pass PA's test as did SNS's and a few others (others have failed it).
Anything you've guys have said about "not feeling their agmatine or their cop" are all anecdotal so I assume no one has anything concrete. And as for having a wrong or mislabeled label, lets not forget the whole x-gels incident with SNS. These things happen, and get fixed. A mislabeled label doesn't mean bunk stuff or an unethical company lol. I'm not nut hugging prima either, I have no affiliation, but if all I see is a rep knocking them with little to nothing to back it, Im going to be a bit suspicious unless I'm unaware of something big (a mislabeled label that got fixed doesn't count btw).
I've been using COP for a few years with great success 1.5g
i take 4g COP daily, morning and bed.
I've taken both S.N.S and Primaforce agmatine. No difference at all.