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3 hours ago, Tony Leukering said:

How can you tell it’s smaller than a WESA? The long wings rule out LESA.

I guess on first glance it didn't appear undoubtedly long-winged to me in the way that BASAs often do. That being said, I concur that it's too long-winged for LESA. The legs still look yellowish to my eyes, but whatev. Mea Culpa.

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