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|Last known City:||Dumas|
|Last known State:||TX|
Jerry Galloway became interested in making bits and spurs while he was farming and ranching. While growing up, Jerry loved to work with his hands and enjoyed making something out of nothing. One of the things that Jerry especially enjoyed was the process of modifying the gear to suit his needs, and through that process he started making bits and spurs for his own personal use.
In 1993, Galloway began expanding on his engraving techniques and started to develop a unique relationship with both cowboys and collectors. He continued to work on his engraving techniques by attending the Miller Bit and Spur School in Nampa, Idaho, and also through instruction from Benno Heune of Emporia, Kansas. Jerry also spent a great deal of time training his craftsmanship with Jeremiah Watt.
Jerry is an admirer of the clean construction of the Texas style spur and the gal leg shank. He is even a greater admirer of the large rowel, ornate California style, and has become a master of inlay work and fancy silver engraving. Galloway also enjoys the challenge of free-hand engraving directly on the steel.