The bag that's usually issued with the M2/M2F. 60mm Gas Mask and Respirator Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. M-1 kit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MI9YyQZuLD8. Its made out of glass, just bought one m2 in small size and the left lense is cracked. Yugoslavian police wearing the M-1 gas mask during the March 9, 1991 riots. Coleman's shipping and sales department remains fully operational. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You already got that taken care of. M-1 It is known that Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina are still using the mask for trainin both in the army and civil defence. Constructed of a grayish-green, extremely flexible rubber, the gas mask has stretchy nylon straps that crisscross around the back of your head. The extended kit also contained a LPD-M1 decontamination kit. If you were to take a brand new gas mask and attach an old used filter then its effectiveness/protectiveness would most likely be near zero. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Filter connection Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Well you know the old saying "If it's not broken, don't fix it." There is no concrete evidence but highly possible that others are using it too. It is a direct copy of the US M9A1, following a trend of that time along with the Finnish M/61 and Swedish Skyddsmask 51. Its always a safe bet to replace with a newer filter anyway. Field of View Oružane snage Republike Hrvatske (Croatian army), Oružane snage Bosne i Hercegovine (armed forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina). Also There were 3 different kits for the military, civil defence and industry. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MI9YyQZuLD8. I have seen a few sellers on eBay with M2F's with the carrier, looks just like the M1/M2's. Yugoslavian Military Gas Mask with Filter and Bag. Please see the curbside pick-up page. Yugoslavia Serbia Croatia Slovenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Iraq This M1 Serbian Gas Mask was also used by the Iraqi army during the Gulf War. Edit: Oh, nevermind. I've been trying to do some research but the information is fairly scant due to the mask not being widely available outside the ex-Yugoslav republics. The industrial kit contained a M-1 mask, however the markings are different and features a carrying strap. Gas Mask and Respirator Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. The M-1 gas mask has M-59 marked in raised rubber, while the MC-1 has a white stamp of MC-1 over this marking or, more commonly, black stamped letters MC-1 and the date of manufacture on the left cheek (over the model name and size of the mask). 1960-1991. If you've put effort into making it, then there is nothing to fear from it. So I've recently ordered a Yugoslavian M1, which should be arriving tomorrow, and am curious to know whether the filters that come with it are safe to use, and if not, which 60mm ones would be worth getting. Yugoslavia Components clockwise from top left: Carrier, M-1 gas mask, Chemical Bandage, MC-1 marked M1 gas mask with black letter stamp and date of manufacture. The filters issued with the mask are also marked with date of manufacture and series number- 83-011 would be a series 11 filter made in 1983. It all comes down to filters. So I've had a Yugoslavian M2 gas mask for a while, I just got my M2F today. Wouldn't surprise me if they reused the same bag since the M1, it works well enough anyway. Yugoslavian MC-1 (civilian model) with personal protection kit. Users >71% https://gasmaskandrespirator.fandom.com/wiki/M-1?oldid=44290. My M2's filter states "90-06-02607" and the M2F's filter also states "99-04-1057". On the front of the bag KOMPLET ZA LIČNU ZAŠTITU GRAĐANA MC-1 (citizens personal protective kit MC-1) or LIČNI KOMPLET ZA ZAŠTITU GRAĐANA SA MASKOM MC.1 (personal kit for citizen protection with MC.1 mask) can be read. Saddam's Iraq had a working relationship with Yugoslavia, and probably purchased gas masks and gas casualty kits from them, as M-1 gas masks evidently used by Iraq and LPD-M1 manufactured with arabic markings and instructions, probably made in Yugoslavia to export to Iraq, have been found. It is a direct copy of the US M9A1, following a trend of that time along with the Finnish M/61 and Swedish Skyddsmask 51. It's a pretty nice carrier though, I'll have to admit. Not sure as to why though. It's the same as the carrier my M2F came in. 78-002-007, for example, would mean that the mask was produced in 1978 in batch number 2, and that it is one of the seven masks were produced in that batch. Click here to learn more about any changes during this health crisis. My M2's filter states "90-06-02607" and the M2F's filter also states "99-04-1057" Assuming the first two digits are the year of production, would they be safe … Assuming the first two digits are the year of production, would they be safe to breath through? The adjustable slides are smooth, and adjust easily and quickly to tighten around your head, but also stay in place after adjusting. The neck strap at the bottom has a snap to secure it even further. The kit contained a M-1 mask, faceform, filter, cleaning cloth, anti-fogging cloth, manual and a bag, wich is similar to the American M11 carrier. So I've had a Yugoslavian M2 gas mask for a while, I just got my M2F today. On the right side of the gas mask, an “S” with a circle around it indicates the size … The filter is the same color as the lense rims. Your question and any details in it may be posted to our website and sent to previous customers. Ahh, well my M2F didn't come with the carrier unfortunately, but my M2 did. Yugoslavian MC-1 (civilian model) with personal protection kit. The kit also came with an industrial filter. It contained MC-1 mask, filter and bag, personal plastic NBC protective cloak, bandage, radiation tester, one large cloth for cleaning along with one small anti-fog cloth, instruction manual and LPD-M1 decontamination kit. The bag is much simpler, it is made of thin canvas and the lid is fixed with buttons. Like the M9, it uses a 60mm thread for the filter. Factory sealed gas mask and the technical sheet, MC-1 gas mask with Personal Protection Kit Carrier. Preceded by I'll add more detail for the carriers tomorrow. It looks similar to the Yugo M1's though. Manufacturer Should this be correct, then the M2F's is more than likely safe then. Both masks came with their respective filters. Any of you guys know what material are the googles of the M2 yugoslavian mask made of? Both masks came with their respective filters. The only known difference between the two is that the MC-1 lacks the oral-nasal cup. The mask is made of a light greenish blue rubber, and uses a light O.D metal for the lense rims. 7. Succeeded by Genuine Serbian/Yugoslavian gas mask Full kit: Gas mask, filter, carrying bag Military surplus vintage New condition, originally packed Description Included is an authentic Yugoslavian Serbian army issue gas mask with filter, just like soldiers wore in the Yugoslav Wars and the Gulf War. M1, MC-1, M-59 Military Stretchers, Sand Bags and Surplus Emergency Products, Military Aircraft Landing Mats and Material Handling, Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. M-3Industrijska Maska Please direct any questions that you would not want posted publicly, or need answers to in a timely fashion, to our Contact Us page to e-mail us directly. Mine has seen better days though. The M-1 gas mask was issued to all military personnel and civilians from the late 1960s to late 1995. This olive drab M59 Serbian Gas Mask uses a 60mm canister and comes with a heavy-duty carry bag with adjustable straps. If you had an old used, undamaged gas mask and attached a brand new MSA certified filter then your odds of protection would be greatly increased. Thought as much! Our physical store is no longer accepting walk-in traffic, so we’ve added a curbside pickup option. Please use this form to ask questions PUBLICLY about this specific product to previous customers and Coleman's staff. Filter in near perfect condition This 40mm filter is in really good condition considering it has to be at least 30 years old. It was the part of the M71 Cevna but with black lense frames. Issued in The mask also uses a very simple code along the cheek that shows the mask's production year, batch number, and number of masks produced in that batch. Due to it's later year of production. And alright, I think I'll add the letter sizes and what they translate to as well to the page soon. M-2 (Military)B-2 (Industrial) This M1 Serbian Gas Mask was also used by the Iraqi army during the Gulf War. Jugoslavenska narodna armija (Yugoslav people's army). For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. The mask was used during the entirety of the Yugoslav wars. Note: In the video the anti-fog cloth is misidentified as chemical detection paper, and the cleaning cloth is mistaken as a chemical bandage. Purchase an M59 Serbian Gas Mask, also known as an M1 gas mask, which was the standard issue gas mask for the Serbia (Yugoslavia) troops. The mask uses white fabric tape to help seal around the exhale and inhale ports, whereas the US M9A1 uses a black fabric tape. March 9, 1991 Riots ft. Yugoslav M-1 gas mask, Yugoslavian M1 Gas Mask and JNA personal protection kit. At some point M-1 gas masks were used by Saddam's Iraqi armed forces. These accept 60MM filters. Made in There are six adjustable areas you can tighten or loosen to fit the mask tightly over your head. Miloje Zakić (Trayal) Mine is cracked too but it works just fine. Though the exhale port vaguely reminds me of the Canadian C4's, really. Purchase an M59 Serbian Gas Mask, also known as an M1 gas mask, which was the standard issue gas mask for the Serbia (Yugoslavia) troops. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. I wanted to use one for airsoft but I'm scared to buy one because the goggles could be made with glass. Feel free to link it to the relevant page(s) if you haven't done so already. The M-1 gas mask was issued to all military personnel and civilians from the late 1960s to late 1995. Yep, I noticed that as well, I've also been meaning to collect M9 and its copies for a while too. By the way, my (cringeworthy) M2 overview video's up if you're interested. The mask was used during the entirety of the Yugoslav wars. Are Yugoslavian/Serbian M2 and M2F Filters Safe? Note that Yugoslavian M-1s found in Iraq may be misidentified as 'Iraqi M59' due to the M-59 marking on the side of the mask. Have a good night, or morning, whichever works. What do your M2/M2F bags look like?