Weaver SS Mullen Walking Horse Bit

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Weaver SS Mullen Walking Horse Bit

$21.44

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Product Summary:

Weaver SS Walking Horse Bit
  • Stainless steel
  • 5" Mouth
  • 8" Shanks
Item Number Model Number UPC
E002074 25-5000 000399305373

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Good product. Horse likes it too.
I purchased what I assume is the same as this bit a decade ago and it's still like new. I just purchased a second one because I've become too lazy to change it when I change headstalls.It does the job but is gentle on my horse's mouth.Suggest you give it a try.
December 10, 2014
I am very pleases with this Weaver Mullen mouth bit. The horse performed much more relaxed than with a broken bit.
I sorry for the long time that it has taken me to sent a review of this bit. I purchased it before New Years 2014, and just got to finally use it on 04/19/14. I bought this bit for showing my walking horse. I saw one that a friend had and liked the looks of it. He worked much better with this bit than with the broken bit I was using. I also had tried him with my Quarter horse's Mullen mouth bit. I would recommend this bit to anybody. I purchased a pair of split reins to match my show saddle.
April 21, 2014
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are the rings on the end of the shanks stationary?
alice r on Nov 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Nope - they move. I know they move sideways, but trying to remember if they swivel as well. Just used this bit yesterday on a ride and I had to straighten out my reins so the rings would "hang" properly.