Anders Kongsbak: Where can i buy the paracorde you use for the plaiting?
HydraPro101: Question, is this lethal?
griffen davis: what about using friction tape instead of electrical tape
bobfalfa62: With out a doubt best tutorial on the web. Thank you for sharing you
techniques. Awesome awesome
Jake Partridge: How much paracord did u use in total?
david nguyen: Could put up a video on how to braid to colors (on the last belly )
sdmartens99: hi nick i was wondering were you got that paracord? I'm thinking of making
a nother bullwhip. my first one is awesome.p.s I'm 11 years old and my name
is grace please comment back.
Melvin Thomas: Outstanding tutorial Nick.
Fred Calderon: Hi Nick, I'm a big fan of your work. Is there and chance you might do a
video of making a stock whip?
Halen Adair: Finished mine and I'm 11 haven't cracked it yet but will let you know how
it sounds looks fat to me but what do I know hope fully is what I worked
Hooda Tai: Sweet vid. Thanks!
Nicholas Woods: Is it OK if I have more than half the core full of bb's?
FANTASY FOR REAL: Thanks dude this is very helpful and the first one I've seen that actually
use paracord it pretty sweet so thanks again
Stephon Murphy: I noticed that the 7 strand paracord was thinner than tha base padacord.
What thickness was the base paracord?
clayton ragsdale: Just made a whip using 3 ft of steel chain with shot loaded p-cord run
through the middle extending to 4 ft, the shape makes a cool spiral and the
action of the chain maintaining flex in the handle is quite nasty! Let me
know any thoughts you have on it :)
Troy Walker: thanks Nick Schrader. i love my whip i couldnt get my cracker to stay on
but i found an alternative way. im currently working on my second whip
Corey Adler: Do I hear dream theater? :O
Alex Belanger: Hey Nick, great tutorial! Im going to make one of these whips soon but i
was wondering, how can you change the colour of the handle to something
other than the rest of the whip? Please help me out!
Lewis Price: awesome tutorial Nick! very precise! just finished my whip, it cracks well
and I loved that its not too difficult to make using your video, I will be
making many more! thank you very much!
could I make a video request? if thats alright, could you make a tutorial
on how you make the plaited pommels and guards, to give the handle more
detail, would love to know!
Malcolm Reynolds: Are the back of the braids supposed to look messy? And if it's not, how do
I change that?
adrian manning: Hi Nick ,can i put the last belly in leathe thanks ..
The Art of Weapons: thanks so much nick for this tutorial!
i have (with your help) been able to make my own and it cracks sooo loud!
i will upload a video to my channel once i am finished editing
Meinname geheim: Real grat video, many thanks to you Nick
Alberto Santos Bellido: Thanks a lot for the tutorial :)
Donny Lara: By far the best tutorial I've ever watched, and that goes for everything.
Not just for whips, and I'm being sincere. Brilliant!
Dash Costello: can you do a 12 foot tutorial
Dave Mack: thanks for the awesome video , i have had a great time making my own and
how much fun they are to crack and to give away , you're the man
Blake Smith: nick do we have to do the diamond plat on the handle or can you keep on
going the way you where doing it?
brandon ford: hey nick you have another video any where that would give 550 cord lengths
for 4 foot, 8 foot and 12 foot whips?
GUTHIX0317: How long should the piece of paracord gut be for the cracker
Finn Browne: Sorry would you ever add more belly if it's a longer whip
Ironsolid: Nick, I am curious.
It appears to me that a cracker is a thinner, lighter but stiffer portion
to the end of the whip with hanging ends. Would three strands of the inside
of the paracord attached and then braided work? Or would the extra bulk
cause too much loss in aerodynamics? I'm curious to hear your educated
Nicholas Woods: You said this was a 6ft whip. If I wanted to make a 9ft whip how long would
I cut the paracord and how long would all the measurements be compared to
the 6th whip?
Michelle Owens: I bought some BB's but there not round does it matter?
Courtney Auld: Where can I find the cord you used to put the bbs in? I can't find it?
Homer Mayo: were did you get the needle
Dale Longmuir: hey nick I made the whip but I didn't have any paracorde so I used
multipurpose rope that worked fine.my whip turned out great thanks I got
some great cracks with it. Surprisingly I did it right the first time. it
is my first whip.
Kyle Kakei: How much paracord is used in total?
MyXboxIsBroken: Does it affect the whip negatively if my core is longer than 6 feet? I want
to follow your instructions but make it a bit longer. :)
Reyna L: This was a very awesome video!! I hope to try this sometime in the future..
I love whips and this was an excellent video on how to make a synthetic
whip. I cant wait to watch more.. And hopefully try an make one, or three.
cole galloway: Thank you this video helped me a lot
brony derp: Why is there no "like" times infinity? This vid is awesome!!!
Austin Combs: Love the tutorial! Simple and great explanations. But for my whip, in the
last stretch it said to use 24 ft rather than 20 ft strands, but I'm still
about a foot and a half short from the end.... Kind of bummed. Not sure how
to make this work and I really don't want to have to restart. Any
john stevenson: after a couple of attempts I've finally made a bullwhip that works very
well. the last plait i cheated and did herringbone pattern all the way, the
diamond pattern just did my head in. this is the first time I've plaited
and after a few false starts I've got it. now just need to be adventurous
with other plaiting styles. thanks for a great step by step video nick.
WhalePyrate: Just made my year, Ty for the video mate, Will be trying this a.s.a.p., Be
Tony Meredith: Hi Nick Thanks so much for sharing your trade, I have now completed my 3rd
whip the first being a 6ft then a 8 ft and now a 9ft using your exact
method, myself and my mates have been very impressed with the whips
performance, the only change I have made is a 30inch fall and a slightly
longer cracker/popper for a bigger bang with less effort :) Thanks so much
for posting this, it is by far the best whip making tutorial on the net.
anyone reading this that is contemplating making a whip, just do it. Follow
this tuturial by Nick it is step by step explained extremely well in full
detail. Thanks Again mate....Tony (Western Australia)
Trent Scibetta: Hey can you use airsoft bbs for this because i have many airsoft guns and
alot of airsoft bbs
240490matt: Cracking video! I actually had no intention of making a whip and just
wanted to learn a couple of knots but I'm really considering giving this a
go. How much paracord do you need in total to make it?
Colin Danforth: I'm running into a bit of an issue with my first attempt. I have 1/4" rod,
and 1/4 diamond-braid rope, but I can't feed the rod into the rope without
tearing it. I bought the exact same cord as you have listed in the comment
section. Should this maybe be 3/8" diamond-braid? The rod has no space to
be inserted it only gets about 1/2-1" into the cord before it starts
tearing, and actually I'm having the same problem trying to feed the 1/4"
steel shot. Can you give me some advice on this?
JaiNobesIsARat: I'm making a whip at the moment. I'm planning on using roughly this design,
except rather than a shot-loaded paracord sheath core I'm contemplating
using 6mm shock cord. Shock cord is loaded with elastic fibres and has a
lot more mass per unit length than paracord. Does anyone know if this would
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