Weaver SS Tom Thumb Copper Mouth Snaffle Bit

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Weaver SS Tom Thumb Copper Mouth Snaffle Bit

$20.24

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Product Summary:

Weaver SS Tom Thumb Copper Mouth Snaffle Bit
 
This stainless steel Tom Thumb snaffle bit features a 5" stainless steel and copper roller mouth and 6-1/2" cheeks.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E011028 25-5125 000399305687

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For the price I couldn’t have asked for a nicer bit. I really liked the quality for the cost and bought two I could keep one nice to school in at shows.
June 7, 2018
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good training bit
I love this bit. I use it for my personal horse, and it is my go to bit to use when starting to teach my training horses to neck rein. This website labels it as a tom thumb, however the shanks are more curved than the average tom thumb it.
June 18, 2015
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is this a tom thumb a
5" or 5.5 " ?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the answers! Is the shank considered long or short - what length is it? I do like it.
My trainer calls this an Argentine snaffle - is it? Also , how harsh is it? Thanks!
Mojave on Dec 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, this is a western bit. The shanks makes it a curb technically, but the broken, copper-ringed mouthpiece make it a good bit for a western rider. Your horse should neckrein well and work off your seat and legs. It's a good "between" bit for a horse whose moving up from a snaffle; but not as severe as a true curb. I have two.