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Jerry Lindley’s interest in spurs started at an early age when he was raised on a ranch south of Colorado City, Texas, and exposed to spurs that were mostly made by Crockett or Kelly. When he saw spurs by Adolph Bayers, Lindley knew that was the way he wanted to make spurs. Although his spur-making has been influenced by many spurmakers, Lindley credits Roy Anderson with convincing him to try new ideas and never give up. Lindley’s spurs are complex and completely handmade without welds.
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