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[RC] Elizabeth-bit thickness- and bit I use - Sheila_Larsen

Ok I went for a lovely ride last evening with a large full moon hanging
over the Sierra, coyotes yapping, my boxer romping, and a well behaved
horse (oh except for that little teeny weeny what the hell is that spook as
we came around the corner and the huge full moon startled her).  I gotta
admit it looked as though you could reach out and touch it.

Ohthat's right you  wanted just to know the bit I use LOL.  Austrailian
Connection kimberwick correctional ported barrel with copper inlay #25255

I will say that I don't really know how functional the roller is.  Again, I
utilized their test program with two bits and my mare told me right away
which one she liked, of course, she is very opinionated..... But if you
really want a snaffle the mylar snaffles do have the tongue relief.  I
fought using a mylar bit for more years than I cared to think about because
I thought it was just one more "gimmick"  I now recommend them to anyone
and everyone if they are interested in changing bits.
"For if one link in nature's chain might be lost, another might be lost,
until the whole of things will vanish by piecemeal."
- Thomas Jefferson


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