A common snap used on horse leadropes. It opens by sliding the tab down.
It cannot withstand a lot of resistance and will break if a horse pulls
A heavy-duty snap that is opened by pulling the tab open. It is more difficult
to break. It is used on horse leads and trailer ties.
A trigger-snap has a trigger like pull tab that opens the snap. This type
of snap is often used on horse reins, tie-downs, and other horse tack.
Some heavier trigger snaps are also used for leads or ties.
The snap is made of flat metal and opens when pressed. It is used on breastcollars,
tiedown straps, and other tack. It is often used in halters that have
a removable cheek piece for bathing.
Like the spring snap, it is used on various tack. It is generally made
The panic snap is unique because it opens with just a slight pull, and
can be released easily even if a lot of pressure is on the snap (for example,
if a horse is pulling back and panicking). Slide the tab back and the
snap instantly releases. This type of snap is often used in cross ties
and trailer ties, so if a horse pulls back or gets caught up it can easily