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    This guy is really good at building spurs and engraving.

    Might have to buy at least one pair from him.

    https://m.facebook.com/pages/Johnson...com%2Furl&_rdr





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    Some pretty cool stuff...

    Sure ain't chinese crap.
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    Reminds me of one of my uncles just a bit. He's long been deceased, but owned a boot and saddle shop. On the side he made spurs and boots. If my memory is correct, he had some silver spurs for sale. Wish I could've bought some before the shop closed.



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