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WESTERN  TACK
SECTION
THE PRICING DATA IS UPDATED ON A YEARLY BASIS,
UNLESS A MAJOR CHANGE IN PRICES IS NOTED

The unending combinations of western tack due to the various types of leather, hardware, designs and construction methods makes it impossible to list all possible items. We have listed those items that seem to be the most common.  

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In arriving at the prices in this section; the following assumptions have been made.

1.  Times   The times are based on a saddle maker/leather worker with 3 to 5 years of experience in the                      
                    discipline in which she or he has been trained.

                        2.  Materials    
                                    A.  Leather is premium leather  ( No. 1 or A grade) native hides and domestically tanned.

                                    B.  Hardware is stainless steel or solid brass when available.  
3.  Wages   The wage data is based on the median household income for the United States with payroll taxes,                                                                                  health insurance, and retirement account included.

4.  Overhead The overhead data is based on average overhead costs.

                        5.  The pricing FIGUREs in this section are based on making several items at a time, I.E.  
--  6 sets of reins, 3 headstalls, 2 breast collars, etc.

The information contained herein is a joint venture of ASMA, and Pikes Peak Saddlery, Inc.  
This information is copyrighted by all parties and may not be reproduced in any fashion without written permission.




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