Yesterday I finished the overlay of a six foot bullwhip that I started work on a few weeks ago. Right now the first coat of shellac is drying. I’ll take a picture of it later.
29 foot 2 inch bullwhip on ebay
Honestly I’m a bit surprised that people are bidding on the long bullwhip…not because there is anything wrong with it, but because I didn’t think there’d be much market for it. This whip was something that I made for myself and it is very fun to crack, but honestly I didn’t think anyone would buy it.
So I guess since I’m pretty much a whip nerd, what I think is cool other people will as well!
Extreme Marksmen on History Channel
I was flipping channels last night and came across Meagan from David Morgan’s shop on Extreme Marksmen talking about how a whip is made. Here’s the clip of DeLongis on the show:
I couldn’t find a clip on youtube with the part filmed at David Morgan’s shop.