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This belonged to a now deceased cowboy action shooter who was also a hunter.  Anybody know what this is?  His daughter would like to know (and so would I).

 

Thanks,

 

Hellbender

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2 minutes ago, Tennessee Snuffy said:

I would guess a dog lead for two dogs 

+1 on that

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These are part of Romal horse reins.  The Romal is missing.

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11 minutes ago, J.D. Daily said:

These are part of Romal horse reins.  The Romal is missing.

Thank you, that's it!

 

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Ropin reins

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1 hour ago, Hoss said:

Ropin reins

Might you be interested in them Hoss?  I might could get them for you (at a price :lol:).

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7 hours ago, Goody, SASS #26190 said:

I guess I'm old school. Looks like a yardstick to me....

 

Yep.  The reins were put in the picture for "scale".

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3 hours ago, Turkey Flats Jack said:

Horse reigns which also work well for dragging deer out of the woods. 

Well, that could be what he used them for as he had no horses.

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I used a double lead like that when Hunting Cats ( Mountain Lions ) Mine was about 9 inches longer ... 

When we got on a good hot track, I would kneel Behind the dogs and release them both at the same time ...

The dogs did Not like being released at different times ...

 

Jabez Cowboy

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