Smith & Wesson No. 67 Gas Mask

The MSA All-Vision Gas Mask was made for a variety of applications, including law enforcement and industrial use.  This particular version, sold as the Smith & Wesson No. 67 Gas Mask, featured two cheek exhale valves, a central speech diaphragm, and a chin-type canister to protect against CN, CS, and DM tear gas.  This example was made by Mine Safety Appliances in 1966.

Rubber stamp
Rubber stamp

Date stamp inside mask "65/66/67"

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Rubber stamps
Rubber stamps

Instruction and date stamps on head harness "FRONT STRAP TO BE PULLED LAST" "63/64/65"

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Rubber stamp
Rubber stamp

Stamp on tip of head strap "FRONT"

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Rubber stamp

Stamp on tip of head strap "SIDE"

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Rubber stamp
Rubber stamp

Stamp on tip of head strap "NECK"

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Stamps
Stamps

Stamps on metal clamp "2432806" "SIZE 32"

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Stamp
Stamp

Manufacturer stamp on clamp fastener "IDEAL CORP. HY GEAR BKLYN 7, N.Y."

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Exhale valve
Exhale valve

Manufacturer stamp on exhale valve cover "MSA"

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Filter
Filter

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