James Fortney: I just finished my first one. Thank you very much for the awesome video!
The only snag I ran into was at the end of my overlay, I was about a foot short of where I should have been on the 1/4" core. Any advice?
Rob Burns: The cracker goes on my first whip tonight at work :-D
Max Snow: awesome work!
Clay Barr: just out of curiosity, did you film this tutorial in the span of a single day?
ShadSadow: I substituted the electical tape with black EZ fuze slicone tape. Also wrapped the core with gutted string. So far so tedious. I wish I had tungsten bbs. I wonder if the added weight would make the crack louder.
LeShedd: Is it metal or plastic balls. BBs
Îsôlfur Iso: Why do you gutt the paracord? Is there a special reason for it?
Isaac Peterson: Thanks so much for making this video! I am fourteen years old. After I watched this video I made the whip for myself. It works great! I Have begun working on the snake whip as well. Keep these videos coming!
James: Thank you for taking the time to make and share this guide with the world. You're awesome!
Banthablaster Prime: What do you do with all the excess nylon string?
Micah Lewis: you look like the son of jack black, good work
Chakolichous 7: What if I used shrink wrap instead of electrical tape?
Drew Maki: Great video! It seems that you put a lot of time and effort into this tutorial and I appreciate it. My whip turned out great and it's a lot of fun to crack.
I do have a question. I have seen some performers give a light soak of fuel to the whip and crack it to make a fireball. I know it is dangerous, but I wanted to know if I could do this with a paracord whip or would it destroy the whip within the first few times I set it ablaze?
Michael Sans: Don't get kittywhipped whip that kitty
LordDayatron: ummmm nick for this whip you used 150 feet of paracord and you say 300, now i have another 150 feet of paracord, you lie to me :c (love you voice sounds like Bob Ross)
Alec McCullough: I may be late but how much do you sell them for? I'm new to this channel.
ThePappygretsch: came across a product called Danielson Slinky Cord and Tuff-Line Slinker Cord. Has anyone tried using these products? Not sure of the specs so I'm leary of purchasing. Also, I managed to puchase some of same brand of 1/4" cord on Ebay but the darn thing didn't work, which is why I want to try slinker/sinker. The core was more solid and not able to slip out. So it probably is best to go with the slinker.
Fredrik Jonasson: Great tutorial! I finished my first whip today thanks to you. Since I am from Sweden, I only had to convert to metric system. Thank you for a detailed walkthrough!
Nikki B.: erm... what do we use these whips for?
How to Make a Paracord Bullwhip - a full length tutorial by Nick Schrader5
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