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British Respirator, Anti-Gas, General Service, Mk V & Haversack, Mk VI:

British Respirator, Anti-Gas, General Service, Mk V & Haversack, Mk VI:

Regular price £135.00 GBP
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British WW2 General Service Respirator (GSR) In excellent condition 
The General Service Respirator (GSR) featured a hose connected to the filter and provided more facial coverage. It was designed to allow the wearer to withstand heavy concentrations of gas for long periods, and to give the wearer the greatest possible freedom of movement and comfort.

When worn the haversack was worn high on the chest and was connected to the facepiece via a corrugated rubber tube. The eyepieces were made of unsplinterable glass, and there was a special outlet valve designed to allow audibility of speech.