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Old Fri Feb 04, 2005, 10:57pm
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Its the end of the year and the one whistle I had is about to kick the bucket. I need to order some more (4 or 5) and also want to order the "smitty-nose" lanyard I think its called. Where can I get them at a good price?
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Old Fri Feb 04, 2005, 11:23pm
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I'll sell you some used ones.
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Old Fri Feb 04, 2005, 11:25pm
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I'll sell you some used ones.
Then I'll have 2 used ones.
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Old Sat Feb 05, 2005, 01:12am
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I know if you order at least three whistles/lanyards from Honigs, you will get a discount, but it's not much.
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Old Sat Feb 05, 2005, 11:40am
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Honigs does not sell the noose lanyard. Gerry Davis Sports out of Wisconsin, does have the noose however, and also has whistles as well.

Their website address is http://www.gerrydavis.com. They have GREAT service, and they normally ship orders the same day that they are placed. I use them quite a bit for baseball.
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Old Sat Feb 05, 2005, 12:04pm
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If you re looking for the Smitty go to the real source at
http://www.smittylanyards.com

Brent Smith was a D1 guy from Utah that invented them...
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Old Sat Feb 05, 2005, 12:20pm
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If you re looking for the Smitty go to the real source at
http://www.smittylanyards.com

Brent Smith was a D1 guy from Utah that invented them...

Thats what I decided to do.
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Old Sat Feb 05, 2005, 04:19pm
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Kelvin is right. Go with the real thing. They are better than the copycats. Mr. Smith is a good guy. I talked to him on the phone when I ordered mine. He was real personable. He invented them, if I remember the conversation correctly, because he got grabbed by the lanyard by someone after a game one night.I know some of you guys wear the noose type, but I've seen too many westerns to ever like anything called a noose!(LOL)
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