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B5

Aodium acetate formalin, a tissue fixative containing mercuric chloride, which is the optimal fixative for lymph node, spleen and bone marrow. B5 is a “high-maintenance” fixative that must be prepared fresh and which contains mercury, a toxic metal; it is not particularly popular in histopathology labs.
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The Montana Vintage Arms reproduction of the Winchester B-5 scope brings quality optics and fills the missing link in a variety of restorations or as an upgrade to a modern reproduction of vintage arm from the pre-WWI era, Even better, the optics are much, much better than any original, yet it still offers the old world charm of the straight tube scope with external adjustments,
Originally, these B-5 scopes show up in all kinds of unlikely places such as US Marine-issue M1903 rifles used during the last days of WWI (and pressed back into service early in WWII), as well as a variety of sporting rifles from single shot to bolt actions of many calibers.
MVA offers two versionS of the B-5 scope and the one reviewed here does not offer the wider range of adjustments of its more expensive brother.
Waiting just outside the center line at midcourt are B-3, B-4, B-5, and B-6 on one side and A-6 on the other side.
The three A players vacate the court and move up to the sideline into positions at mid-court, while B-4 and B-5 come running into the court to take up defensive positions in the lane.
1, but with A-4, A-5, and A-6 attacking B-5, B-4, and B-6 (who has moved in from the sideline to join the defense).