Posted by Dale Dassel from iax-minden-ppp0011.iamerica.net on September 10, 1998 at 13:06:10:
In Reply to: Bull Whip posted by D.Borton on September 09, 1998 at 19:55:27:
: : Well, the signal whip is pretty slick. It's composed of a
: : shot bag extending 3/4 of the length of the whip (I have the 4 ft.
: : model), which makes it heavy. The overlay looks exactly like that
: : of the bullwhip, and it tapers down to some incredibly fine-braided
: : thinner strands at the point, where the er is braided into
: : the whip. It has a nice little knob, like the bullwhip, and is
: : complete with a wrist loop. I have found it to be incredibly accurate
: : for close-range target hitting, and it s nicely too, though
: : with some difficulty until broken in. It's cool, but looking back
: : on it, I could have done without it. I mean, $85 gone. Oh well,
: : I'll just be glad that I have another DM whip. I'd like to buy the
: : 6 foot black snake someday. What model of Morgan bullwhip do you
: : own again? I sort of forgot (Please forgive me!!!).
: : -Dale
: From the photos I have seen of their signal whips, they do look nice. I am glad to hear they are also functional as well. You know I have never been a big fan of the snake whips but I have to admit, I kind of like that one David Morgan makes.
: I use the 455 series Indy whip that he makes, However I also use their Australian bullwhip.
Well, that's the great thing about his whips. They are very
durable, functional, and well-built, as well as being very good-
looking. It's obvious that he invests a lot of time and effort to
create the best product he can. And I'm sure he takes pride in the
whips that he makes. I know that, as an owner, I sure take pride
in owning one of his whips. As a matter of fact, today marks the
one year anniversary of my bullwhip. On September 10, 1997 I
received my bullwhip from UPS at 10:00 in the morning. I think
that I will give it a nice coat of leather dressing as a birthday
present to it. When did you receive your bullwhip?
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