You know, I had never heard of a Billy allen bit until now. But upon looking at your pictures, my bit is 100% a billy allen bit! I got it used and had no idea the original make, but the mouthpiece was slightly too thick and there was way more copper inlay than the myler bits usually have, so I never gave it much thought other than a mystery knockoff myler. He loved it, so who was I to question it?Have you tried a Billy Allen bit?
Independent sides, stabilized center not a nutcracker action...
Wonder if this might be more comfortable for the horse?
I'll have to get a picture of it tomorrow to confirm it's identity, since it is a full cheek. But the copper inlay and the shape of the mouthpiece looks identical.
And as much as people say I should ignore the barn gossips, they can be vicious... I'm sure you all know that! If I get my hands on a drop and he doesn't like it as much as his kineton, I probably will just stick with my kineton and put my flame suit on when I ride.