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Canada: Bits 4" to 5 3/4"

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  • "5.25" eggbutt full cheek snaffle

 
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    01-26-2014, 10:47 AM
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Yearling
Canada: Bits 4" to 5 3/4"

Have tons of bits and would like to get rid of them, was given them when I bought other tack. All are in NS Canada, can ship, looking for the cheapest options, open to suggestions. All bits are $10.00 unless priced other wise.

5.25" Full cheek French link
5.5" single Jointed Pelham
5" rubber mouth, single jointed Pelham (no curb chain)
5.5" hollow mouth loose ring snaffle
5.5" thin loose ring snaffle
5" twisted wire sweet iron? Western snaffle
5" full cheek slow twist
5.25" Full cheek with copper rollers
5" single jointed Pelham with rubber curb chain guard
5" single jointed kimberwick
5.75" loose ring snaffle
5.5" Copper loose ring snaffle
5.5" full cheek snaffle
5" dee ring snaffle
4.5" double twisted wire full cheek snaffle
5" double twisted wire dee ring snaffle
5" driving bit
4" full cheek snaffle
5" plastic mouth single jointed Pelham
4.5" eggbutt snaffle
5" full cheek Waterford
5.5" copper eggbutt
5" eggbutt with copper rollers
5" copper inlay, sweet iron loose ring snaffle
5" single jointed Pelham
5" eggbutt
5" half cheek snaffle
5" eggbutt slow twist
4.5" eggbutt French link

Brand new Myler Curb Bit, Mullen mouth Triple Barrel 5" shank with book $45

PM for more information. Also have Pelham converters ($5 a set and a few bit guards that I can give you for free)
     
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    03-21-2014, 08:46 AM
  #2
Yearling
Copper 5 1/2" loose ring
Eggbutt with copper inlay
4.5" eggbutt loose ring

Are sold.
     

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