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post #1 of 10 Old 05-24-2012, 09:37 AM Thread Starter
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Sharon Camarillo 702 Bit Set Up

I just bought this bit, after a lot of discussion with a lot of different barrel people, but I want to make sure I put it together correctly. So if someone could explain where the reins [I'm guessing the O ring], headstall [I'm guessing the rectangle piece], and the rope nose piece [pictured below, I'm guessing also goes where the headstall goes?]. Also do you need a chin strap on this bit, if so where would I hook it?





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post #2 of 10 Old 05-24-2012, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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Bump, anyone?

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Really, no one can help me? I really don't want to put it together wrong!

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You put the reins on the small circle/loop and you put the nose band across their nose and you attach it to the the bit where the rectangle loops are. You can use a chin strap or without.

It's a sliding gag bit that acts like a snaffle but adds leverage. Hope I helped.
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You put the reins on the small circle/loop and you put the nose band across their nose and you attach it to the the bit where the rectangle loops are. You can use a chin strap or without.

It's a sliding gag bit that acts like a snaffle but adds leverage. Hope I helped.
Thanks, you did. I just wanted to make sure I was putting it together right. And the headstall hooks in the same place as the nose piece, correct?

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post #6 of 10 Old 05-24-2012, 04:28 PM
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I am thinking so. Is your bridle thick though because I am not sure ...let me look something up....How do you like your bit? I am wanting to get a SC 6 bit.
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did you buy the nose band seperate? I seen some that have tiny little loops where you connect the noseband but yours doesn't have it so just curious. The way I described what to do I am pretty sure is the correct way. There would be no other way it seems.
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I am thinking so. Is your bridle thick though because I am not sure ...let me look something up....How do you like your bit? I am wanting to get a SC 6 bit.
It's kind of thick, but would fit in the rectangle part. I used someone else's bit on the horse and he completely changed. He really liked it and listened extremely well to it, and probably shaved a few seconds off his run.

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why don't you just try it and see if it works. Did they have the noseband?
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post #10 of 10 Old 05-24-2012, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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did you buy the nose band seperate? I seen some that have tiny little loops where you connect the noseband but yours doesn't have it so just curious. The way I described what to do I am pretty sure is the correct way. There would be no other way it seems.

I did buy it separately, but was told that the bit works better if you have the nose piece.

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