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Buckaroo Saddle learn about different types of buckaroo saddles and horse tack. Hand sewing leather with leather tools such a C. S. Osborne Awl & Haft plus harness needles by Osborne really make the job of hand sewing much easier because these leather tools are designed for hand sewing and have been tested and tried for many years. In this video I show you how to hand sew through five layers of...
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In Graham, TX. Specializing in Wade and Slick Fork Saddles. Hackamores and other Buckaroo products available. Custom Belts, Spurs, Bits, etc. Maker of fine custom saddles using the finest quality materials and handmade trees available. Our Wades and Visalia 3B slick forks are Buckaroo favorites. Over 40 years experience in leather work has helped us in being able to assist our customers in...
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Mckay Custom Saddlery, tried and true custom buckaroo saddles and gear for the working cowboy or cowgirl. McKay Custom Saddlery specializes in producing old style buckaroo saddles and gear for today's working cowboys and cowgirls. We specialize in hand crafted and made to order products that are...
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Buckaroo Built is here to supply you with quality tack and build custom tack to your specifications. Everything is made from the highest quality materials and leather, and 100% hand made right in Nathan Gifft's work shop. We are here to build your custom tack to your specifications. Everything is...
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Western decor, western furnishings, western bathroom, western shower curtains, western Christmas ornaments, western light switch plate covers, western drawer pulls, cowboy decor. Shop for western decor, western furniture, rustic lighting, and cowboy decor at My Western Home, your online source...
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Custom Made Wade Saddles, Montana saddle maker, Buckaroo Saddles, Western Saddles; Tack Store. 5 Star Saddle Pads, Double Diamond Halters, Jeremiah Watt Bits and Spurs, Bork Cinches. Western saddles and tack. From the time one of our distant ancestors put a piece of hide between himself and his horse's back, riders have been trying to improve on the idea. The need to feel closer, safer, more...
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