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Re: scissor snaps
Come on that will take all the fun out of riding, if you did that in the
first place you would have missed all the fun. steven
p/s scissor snaps for ever,
you still need a fix for when they come apart at the swivel, the snap stay's
and the reins just fall away sometimes with a good rub or a branch.
----- Original Message -----
From: Louise bower <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, August 30, 1999 1:39 PM
Subject: RC: scissor snaps
> I have found a way to keep scissor snaps on reins from opening when a
> horse rubs his head. I came out of a waterhole one time with neither
> rein attached, you never saw such a fast emergency dismount while trying
> to hold the reins under his neck so he couldn't take off and leave me.
> Use either a rubberband and loop it around the top of the snap or better
> still the plastic loops that Teddy uses on her biothane tack to keep the
> ends in place. You can buy plastic tubing at the hardware store and cut
> to the proper width. It works like a charm as it is much harder to open
> the snap with the plastic loop over the snap. By the way Jerry's Irene
> is a great looking guy and and a great mover as well. I saw him at the
> OD this year.
> Louise and Winston
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- scissor snaps
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