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Made by King Saddlery, these ropes are stretched, aged, and tied. They feature rawhide burners and straight hondas. This 5/16″ diameter rope is available in soft lay only.
$51.75 – $74.50
40', 45', 50', 60'
This tough PVC Plastic roping dummy is a cowboy favorite. The table top dummy is designed to be headed, turned and heeled. It comes with two small ropes and two sets of horns. It measures 15″ long X 7″ high and is available in red, black & blue.
Red, Black, Blue
A. Nate Wald Honda – Hand braided rawhide with latigo leather tail. Fits scant 3/8″ or 5/16″ ropes.
B. Randy Reiman Honda OUT OF STOCK – Hand braided rawhide that fits rope sizes scant 3/8″ or 5/16″.
C. Buckaroo Honda – Made of stainless steel and available in two sizes, Scant 3/8″ or 5/16″.
D. Great Basin Honda – Stainless steel ring honda. Sizes scant 3/8″ or 5/16″.
E. Buck Brannaman Honda – A stainless steel honda made to fit rope sizes 3/8″ or 5/16″.
G. Magic Loop – Magic loop breakaway honda that fits all rope sizes.
H. Plastic Breakaway – White plastic breakaway that fits all rope sizes.
I. DISCONTINUED~ Hooey Loop – Hooey Loop breakaway honda. Fits all rope sizes. ~DISCONTINUED
J. Speed Burner – This plastic burner makes a rope faster and outlasts leather burners.
K. Aluminum Horn Knot – Cast and polished aluminum horn knot.
L. Nylon Cord Horn Knot – Made from nylon cord and used to secure a rope to the saddle horn.
M. Braided Rawhide Horn Knot – Made from hand braided rawhide.
N. EZ Kwick Breakaway Honda – Can be added to the end of your rope. For tighter tension tie honda closed at narrow point.
$1.50 – $61.25
A – Nate Wald, B – Randy Reiman, C – Buckaroo 5/16", C – Buckaroo 3/8", D – Great Basin 5/16", D – Great Basin 3/8", E – Buck Brannaman 5/16", E – Buck Brannaman 3/8", G – Magic Loop, H – Plastic Breakaway, I – Hooey Loop, J – Speed Burner, K – Aluminum Horn, L – Nylon Cord Horn, M – Braided Rawhide Horn, N – EZ Kwick Breakaway
This set includes a junior steer head with an 11 1/2″ horn spread, a 5/8″ x 25 foot rope and a cotton roping glove all packaged together.
South-paw ropes with a left twist and a left- hand honda. These ropes are made by King Saddlery, known for quality lariat ropes. They feature a rawhide burner and come in soft lay and Scant 3/8″ only.
$60.50 – $73.50
40', 45', 50'
B. Steer Head – Tough, molded plastic head with 22″ horn spread. Comes with hay prongs.
C. Wide Horn Steer Head – The same tough, molded plastic as the other steer head, except with a wide, 30″ horn spread. Prongs included.
D. Calf Head – Molded plastic with prongs to mount into a bale of hay.
$32.50 – $45.50
Steer Head, Wide Horn Steer Head, Calf Head
We keep coils of various lariat rope that is sold by the foot. We have gold poly in 8.0 mm, 8.75 mm, 9.5mm and 10.5mm. In a nylon rope, we keep an 3X-soft 5/16″ and 3/8″ in X-soft.
You may have a honda tied in the rope or sent without a honda. We charge $5 to tie a honda in a rope. If you want a honda tied in your rope please select that option below.
$0.90 – $1.08
Gold Poly Rope – 8.00mm ($0.90), Gold Poly Rope – 8.75mm ($1.06), Gold Poly Rope – 9.50mm ($1.08), 5/16 Triple Extra Soft Nylon ($1.04), 3/8 Extra Soft Nylon ($1.07)
With a special blend of materials, the Progrip glove with last up to 10 times longer than standard cotton knit gloves. They comes in four sizes for a superior fit and are sold in singles.
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large
Extra long pasture ropes tied by King Saddlery. They have rawhide burners on hand-tied hondas. These ropes are available in soft lay only.
Please select this item if you want to have a honda tied into your pasture rope.
These instructions are for tying a right handed honda. Reverse the procedure for a lefty.
Image A - There must be a rosebud knot or something like it tied to the rope before the honda knot is tied. Start with a few coils of rope between your knees and tie an overhand knot as shown. We like to have a few coils in hand when we tie the honda to help keep it straight. This overhand knot is tied about 18" from the end of the rope.
Image B - Bring the working end of the rope around to the left and tuck it under the top strand only of the overhand knot.
Image C - This is basically another picture of the working end that has been tucked under the top strand of the overhand knot
Image D - We have started to pull the honda down and tighten the knot. We want to make sure that the honda doesn't angle to the left. We try to tie them with a little angle to the right, knowing that they will twist left with use.
Image E - This is the finished honda ready for a burner to be added.
We use this handy knot to tie rawhide or metal hondas on a rope.
Image A - String #1 goes around and up through the loop it formed
Image B - String #2 also goes around and up through the loop that it forms
Image C - String 3# also goes around the back and up through the loop that it forms
Image D - This shows the finished knot after it is pulled tight. It is important that you tighten the knot by pulling one string a little at a time.
The key to putting on a speed burner is to soften the plastic before hand so that you prevent breakage. This can be done by placing the speed burner in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. We do this here in our shop by putting the burner in a cup of water and putting the cup in a microwave to boil the water.
The next step is to carefully get the burner out of the water, line it up in the center of the honda and squeeze it on with wide jaw pliers as shown in Image A.
Image B shows the finished job, ready to go to work.