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    Hey guys,

    It has taken the better part of ten years for me to finally get a gas mask. I wanted the best example that I could find. I got this at a local militaria show. It is in a bag that has been issued once to a B-4432. As with almost all mask I have seen it has become hard but is holding together. It even still has the little rubber exhaust flap. Hope you like it.
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    great gas mask. Gary

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    Very nice mask, even though its pretty much solid they can be carefully unfolded and made into a good display piece like mine and having the exhale valve intact is an added bonus because most have been broken off.

    Thanks

    Danny

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    Super example and well worth your patience

    Steve T

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