Tuesday, December 16, 2008
How to make an improvised gas mask
Dude shows us how he made his own gas mask from a snorkel, a tin can and some charcoal he made from coconut husks. His gas mask was inspired by the successful British Small Box Respirator used in WW1 and according to him, it really works. Great! Just what we need during an apocalyptic chemical attack.
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