I think I've finally gotten your name right, Big Guy!
Yes, there are locket Scapulars that the Blue Army has, I believe, so that you won't be affected by the wool.
Johanam's reference to the Psalter of the Virgin Mary is his own unique creation that reflects the form of the Dominican Rosary in the 14th century.
The early Rosary as promoted by Bl. Alan des Roches ( a Dominican preacher who was never really beatified, but to whom St Louis de Montfort had an immense devotion for his efforts to promote the Rosary) was actually, in its full form, a series of 15 decades WITHOUT any Our Father separator beads.
The Rosary was called the Psalter of the Virgin Mary after the 150 Psalms of David. Its 15-fold structure was compared to the 15 steps of the Temple of Jerusalem that people climbed as they recited the Psalms of Ascent (Pss. 120-134).
Initially, people recited 150 Hail Mary's and then others said 150 Our Fathers - the two prayers were kept separately.
Others added a "Glory be" to the end of each prayer, just as they would when saying the Psalms in accordance with the Benedictine Typicon.
Our Johanam here has actually developed this earlier form of the Psalter of the Virgin Mary!
Formerly, when one joined the Confraternity of the Psalter of our Lady, one promised to say the Psalter of 150 Hail Mary's either once a day or once a week. In addition, one was obligated to recite the Psalms of David once a week as well.
To bead or not to bead - we all know Joe's answer to that one!!
May God and the Most Holy Mother of God bless you, Joe, for these services you have rendered to their Glory!