AGD PMI faceshield w/ Uvex goggles
I picked these up in an ebay auction with an old Sheridan based gun. I am not a AGD collector and have no need to keep them. I actually didn't even know what they were until yesterday. I posted an ad on MCB to get help identifying them. I was sent here by fellow members. They said that members here would probably be the most interested. Before I place a sale ad, I would like to know a reasonable price. I have been told up to $75, but then someone else said more because they come with the Uvex goggles.
The mask is in very good shape considering the age. The foam on one ear is coming off a little and there are some scuff marks.
The Uvex goggles have a crack in the upper left corner if you are looking at them. Other than that the strap is in very good shape and the rest of the goggles are in good shape.
Here is a pic that I already have. I can take more if needed.
Just looking for a value. I don't want to under sell them, but I also don't want to list a ridiculous price.
nice collectors item, a few people would be intrested, but might take a while to sell, since its more of a collectors item, rather than something we could actually use, and honestly 75 seems kinda high, but thats just me
I don't know how many masks AGD made, but they are not all that rare. You could sell it pretty quick for $50. $75, might take some time. I bet you can fetch more than $75 from ebay.
What's the face shield made from? The goggles look like plastic shop goggles, I'm sure muzik has one, anyone ever use one of these?
Originally Posted by rudz
i have one in the shop somewhere packed up with my 68 caliber conversion tipmman ive yet to find, it always looked like a jason mask to me. It made of a hard plastic.
The goggles are just that, uvex shop goggles and the mask is nothing more than rather thin molded plastic.
I have one of both, but they did not come together.
You have to remember, these were one of the first masks to hit the market. These were a huge step forward as far as safety and protection go.
They were mfg'ed by Tom but sold through PMI. These were the first products that AGD made.
And here is the whole story.
Originally Posted by AGD
Thanks for all of your help.
As per your suggestion, I posted it on ebay: