Posted by John Jones Stork from pppr40.pila.tpnet.pl on October 02, 1998 at 18:07:52:
In Reply to: Bullwhips....discussion? posted by Russ the Fox on September 27, 1998 at 20:37:48:
: well, i have been out of the mix for quite a while....
: used to be a highly trained amateur whip artist,
: a few years back, and trained with some of the
: best in the whip artistry business. i used to
: have a little thru-the-mail elementary whip instruction,
: that some on here may remember.
: i'd be happy to rack my brain for answers to any
: questions, respond to any discussion, about that
: wonderful thing that is the whip.
: Hi Russ!
: I`m an amateur... whip maker. I also train a whip cracking (I do it since I have six, exacly). I`m very intrested in learn something new.
I also need to know evrything about 456 David Morgan`s 12ft. bull whip, to manufacture a copy of it. If you have some videos of whipcracking and materials about whipmaking - send e-mail to me, and we will talk about it.
And by the way. Do you know something about Polish leather wich is similar to Kangooro hide or Cow hide used in whipmaking? We have diffrent names here. Some man told me that leather called in Poland "juchta" taken from cows is good for whips but I don`t belive him enough to buy this expensive leather and reveals it is wrong.
:Thanks for help
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