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I would just like to let you know that I am really pleased with your lanyard and my son is also with your duck tote I gave him for Christmas, we broke them both in this week. I have been using the same lanyard for over 40 years, it was a present from my father and came with a olt d2 and a yentzen calls attached so it has quite a bit of sentimental value to me. The lanyard is now hanging by the front door of the cabin and I touch it every morning I go out to hunt just so I feel like he is still with me in spirit as I continue on in his footsteps of a sport he taught me 51 years ago when I was five. I have a son, whom I am passing on the lessons I was taught by my father, he is 27 and it is amazing how much he has learned from our years of hunting together and believe it or not how much he has taught me. I know he is better man because of all those lessons he has been taught but just as important I am a better man and husband because of what he has taught me. When all the spinners are broke and all the other gadgets we use nowadays are trashed and replaced you will be happy to know a simple item like your lanyard will still be on every hunt worn by me then my son and hopefully by a grandchild of mine and each time it is put around their neck they will think of me even if I am no longer there in person. Thanks Shift, you are now a permament part of our hunting family because the story of Grandpa's lanyard hanging by the cabin door will passed on for generations to come. Thanks again, Ben aka Takem Boys
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