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Grass Range

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  1. I have posted this before but if your spurs are too tight in the band here is how you open them up.

    1. Take the straps off first so they won't be in the way,

    2. Place the spur upside down (rowel pointing up) on the round part of your anvil,

    3. With your off- hand grasp tightly the open part of the band under the anvil,

    4. Using a heavy hammer pound on the round part of the band,

    5. Try them often to see if they fit better.

    Some hammer marks will occur but makes them look authentic. If they are the cheaper, cast spurs they will probably break when you hit them

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  2. 10 hours ago, Cowtown Scout, SASS #53540 L said:

    If you have a spur shelf a strap or chain underneath is not required.

    Not always true

    Wear the spurs

     

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  3. 59 minutes ago, Imis Twohofon,SASS # 46646 said:

    It all depends on your definition of accuracy, some folks are not all that attached to accuracy.

     

    Imis

    At these distances?

  4. 2 pair saddle bags, new, good leather. One pair for behind the cantle and the others are pommel bags. Either would work for carrying your loads and empties at the range. Smaller ones are 6 x 6 inches. The pommel bags are 7 x8 inches. $75 per pair plus shipping

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  5. On 10/13/2021 at 8:42 AM, Grass Range said:

    Can't tell from the pic but most boot jacks are too close to the floor in front. If your boots have riding heels you cannot get a good hook and then your boot comes out of the hook and kicks you in the other shin. Most work all right with low heeled boots

    I AM NOT SAYING THESE ARE MADE THAT WAY. SORRY IF I INFERRED THAT. NOT TRYING TO SABOTAGE YOUR POST.

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