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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
I'd actually be very willing to buy a high-line bridle, but as it is- I'm a minor without a job (parents wont let me get one) and I don't technically own Sour, so she could always be sold out from under me and I'd be left with a bunch of high price tack. I guess the up side though, would be that it would have a good resale value.
Thanks for the help guys, and yes- the shop owner was VERY courteous. She thinks that some of the gumminess may be my fault, as you guys thought, but the tarnishing steel, shapeless/cracked leather, and breaking threads may be because of workmanship. We'll see ;)
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