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    Does anyone own any?

    I'm planning on ordering one next year before oct.

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    Actually, there is one straight jacket in our attic from my cousin's old Halloween costume one year.

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    Yes I have a real one. It is a Posey Institutional one. That means its one that they use at hospitals and Mental institutions, not one that is rigged so you can get out of it.

    The 2 companies that make real ones are Posey and Humane restraints. I believe the Posey has alittle better build quality.

    They are possible to put on yourself, but it is difficult and you have to make sure you can get out. I always leave a knife laying around incase the worst would happen.

    ~Johnathon~

    No one else is going to comment?
    Last edited by Peachy; 01-Dec-2008 at 09:00. Reason: merging double post

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    I want one, but not for the kink. i want to learn how to get out of them... while dangling three hundered feet above a pool full of flaming sharks that spit bees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chillhouse View Post
    I want one, but not for the kink. i want to learn how to get out of them... while dangling three hundered feet above a pool full of flaming sharks that spit bees.
    you can't escape from a real one............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnathon View Post
    you can't escape from a real one............
    How to Escape from a Strait Jacket | eHow.com



    Harry Houdini first accomplished the strait jacket escape by being able to dislocate both of his shoulders.

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    Chillhouse, does that mean that you can dislocate both of your shoulders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercas29 View Post
    Chillhouse, does that mean that you can dislocate both of your shoulders?
    Hopefully everyone can so long as they have shoulders. I mean O.o it be weird if you could never dislocate them.

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