Re: Bull Whip

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Posted by Dale Dassel from on September 11, 1998 at 11:42:10:

In Reply to: Re: Bull Whip posted by D.Borton on September 10, 1998 at 20:07:01:

: : 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?

: : -Dale

: Dale, for that price they better be well built, LOL. Seriously though David Morgan does do a great job with them. That is pretty wild that today is the anniversary of you getting your whip. I got my first one from DM back in mid November of 96.

: Dan

I went a step further in my bullwhip's birthday celebration by
watching Raiders of the Lost Ark while I was putting a nice coat
of Pecard leather dressing on it. Then, after the movie, my dad
installed a new coat hanger hook in my room to hang the whip
from while the dressing soaks in. (That's what the wrist loop is
for- hanging the whip by) David Morgan recommends letting the whip
hang for a period of one week with the dressing on it. After that
amount of time I use a soft buffer cloth to give the whip a finishing
shine and to remove any excess dressing that didn't take. How do you
do your whip?


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