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    Now...the Tricky part! What the heck is such a suit Worth?
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    And here is me and the suite...

    I believe there is still some chemical reaction! At the foot wearing a traditional protection
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    Scout was right about it getting hot in there.........!
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    Steve.

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    Quote by partisan View Post
    And here is me and the suite...

    I believe there is still some chemical reaction! At the foot wearing a traditional protection
    Ohhh no, you didnt!!! Not in the suit!!







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    Thanks for posting the suit and the pic of you in it. Excellent thread

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    A chemical suit makes sense,you can see how the flare round the hood would help seal with a gas or oxygen mask and how the flange on the cuffs which would also help seal there with a belt to help seal round the waist.Sarin hit my reading list recently and apparently it came out of I.G. Farben in 1938,I didn't know that. It is a very interesting thanks for the extra pics, I would say a very rare piece,no idea of what it's worth.

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    Quote by partisan View Post
    And here is me and the suite...

    I believe there is still some chemical reaction! At the foot wearing a traditional protection
    Don't let that rash go unattended

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    Quote by Lord Page View Post
    Sarin hit my reading list recently and apparently it came out of I.G. Farben in 1938,I didn't know that.
    That's right. Actually, the name Sarin was composed from the names of its inventors: Gerhard Schrader, Otto Ambros, Gerhard Ritter and Hermann van der Linde.

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    ....you are a conucopia of obscure info, Andreas!

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