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Russian Gas mask filter, is it safe?

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    Hello!

    This might not be the right forum for this (please feel free to redirect me) but i have gotten great help here before so i thought i'd take a chance and ask here. I recently bought a gas mask from a street trader and i was wondering if this filter is safe to breathe through. Thank you in advance.
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    I doubt it will contain asbestos being 1970's but personally I wouldnt breath through a 36 year old filter. It could be full of dust and who knows what chemicals.

    Just out of interest, why do you need to wear it?

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    Nah just thought it would be good to know the risks involved if i was to wear it! Thanks for the answer by the way!

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    I wouldn't risk it!.....
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    Nah just thought it would be good to know the risks involved if i was to wear it! Thanks for the answer by the way!
    Yeah whatever....I'll see you as usual at 'the club' on Friday night, don't forget to bring a friend this time.


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