Bit Junkie with Coleman Proctor
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Skyline Bit & Spur

“This bit has a port in the middle that kind of holds them a little straighter; then it has some forgiveness with the sides, which helps you bridle them up sometimes and bring them to me when I’m scoring. It allows them to be straighter, but then I can still get some flex out if the corners. It’s like using a stiff bit, but it has some forgiveness to it because my hands aren’t the best.”

– Coleman Proctor, four-time WNFR header

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