wildairsoft1: How far down the length of the whip should each belly be I know you said
until you run out but I need to know where it is support to end on the.
Whip so like is the first belly support to be half the length of the core
Bryant Ponce: Hey Nick!!
I'm making the handle on my whip and so far its very heavy with the things
I've added to it for aesthetics. Do you think the heaviness really affects
the performance of the whip?
also, theres some people that make the core with three individual strands
of paracord each filled with bbs - instead of just one single cord with bbs
- then wrapped together with electrical tape. This brings me back to my
question on whip performance relating to its weight. Whats your opinion on
Juan Potgieter: You use 300ft of paracordwhip but what do I do If I can only get 100ft does
it matter or am I going to have to make some changes to the design of my
whip please help. I am also starting my first whip
Kristopher Pavelsky: Hey Nick, just finished my first whip with almost 100% thanks to this
video. Thank you so much.... The whip turned out amazing, couldn't get my
hands on a steel rod, soooo used the next best thing. Used a 8 in. screw
driver and going to just cut of the handle of it. Again thank you for,
Johnny Cage: Can someone please answer my question. I have never whipped before. I want
a whip that is really loud. The longer the whip the louder the sound???
What's a good first timer whip to use?
Juan Potgieter: I also plan on using a Rebar for the rod section unless you think it will
not work out.
Frank Polise: so....i just figured out a 1/4" steel rod will not fit inside 750 paracord.
Ahkuji: And now i need to learn how to add the handle parts that i see on your
whips on the website and such.
bandotaku: Awesome video, hun! I have never thought to make a whip before, I was just
curious from the title, but I love your tutorial style and might give it a
go just because you make it look so relaxing.
Shawn Hill: Great video. I've been looking or a good challenging paracord project and
will be giving this one a try. I noticed you didn't singe the handle end
after cutting it off. Is that just personal preference or is there a
reason to not singe it prior to taping and making it more visually
appealing? Also, do you have the measurements at the various stages for
an 8' whip? After I tackle the 6' I might want to give 8' a go.
adam Johnson: I am in the middle of making a modified version of this. Is there a ratio
of how long each belly needs to be to the overall length of the whip? Or
did you just find a "recipe" for each type of whip that worked so you stuck
Hunter Lassetter: Thanks for the awesome tutorial! I started making a whip Saturday and am
currently finishing up the overlay. Again thanks a bunch!
Cole Moseley: How much would a 12ft leather bullwhip cost
Alain Sainz: Hey man! Thnak you very much for such a detailed video! I just made my own
whip using your method. It took me around 8 hours total to complete it. It
was a very long process, but the final product is just amazing!!! I'm very
proud of my first whip thanks to you. I spent a little less than $20 buying
everything I needed from Home Depot. Not only I saved a bunch of money
making my own, but it also feels that much special. Once again thanks a lot
Herb alitius: Awesome man, perfect for me. Doing my first whip tomorrow
jshrader13: I searched the comments but didn't see an answer to this, so I hope it's
not a repost of the same question. Why do you gut the paracord? Wouldn't
it be stronger/stiffer without gutting it? I understand it helps it to lay
flat when plaiting, but other than that, what's the purpose? Thanks!
Hubert Kończak: hello my name is Hubert and I'm Polish. Could you write a full list of
things i need, and what I have to do because sometimes I do not understand
what you mean. I would be grateful. great job by the way
XxTomcastxX: Where do you get your paracord, looks like you have a lot. P.S. Chillest
dude I've ever seen. Thanks
MrLeDarkCat: Do you like metal ? (Music)
Jeremy Martin: Thank you very much for the videos Sir, can you please tell me if the same
weaves can be used to make a Motorcycle Get Back Whip? I would like to make
those for my Non-Profit to sell, we raise money for Wounded Vets, Police,
Fire, and their families. Thank you.
Frank Polise: is the 1/4" paracord also known as shock cord? where can i get it?
Parker Furness: I was just wondering if a nylon whip is as affective as a leather whip?
DarkSeraph351: This is awesome. I love making things from paracord; it's such useful
stuff! I think a whip would be a great addition to my repertoire. I'm going
to give this a try as soon as I can get a big spool of cord.
wildairsoft1: How far down should eachb
Benjamin Mattiuzzi: How would the lengths of the strands for each of the (i think i keep
hearing you call them) "bellies" change if I wanted to make like an 8 ft or
9 foot whip? or would It just be an extra "belly"? thank you very much
and great video by the way, thanks for the really explicit instructions.
Jordan Bajcar: Nice video thanks for making it. I'll be raiding lost arks in no time. How
long does it take you to make a whip? I noticed a wardrobe change so it's
probably not a 1 day thing.
David Ingram: Nick, started on this whip today and might make a video to document my
process. I am binding with nylon thread and used a 3/8 steel bar ground
down to a 1/4" taper to fit the core over. This should give some weight to
If I post a YouTube video, I will try to see if I can tag you somehow.
bat manley: hey mr nick, have you ever tried putting heat to the core near the handle
after loading it? not much heat but just enough to stiffen up the core!
just curious I am new to whip building and have never made one from
paracord yet and thought that maybe that may be more lasting than the tape?
but anyway you made a great looking and sounding whip i cant wait to build
mine! your an excellent instructor as well! thanks so much!!!
Robert Phan: +NicksWhipShop Does the BBs have to be metal BBs or can I use some plastic
Tyler LaPlante: would threaded rod work alright? im on a tight budget here :/
connor barrow: What are the measurements if I wanted to add on length, is there a special
michael manzanares: For a homemade nylon whip it's pretty damn good and sounds loud too, I'd
buy one, but I'd rather make one using this method...
Phillips Knotwork: Thanks a ton for these tutorials, Nick. I just finished waxing my first
whip (I've made a couple in the past using your tutorials) complete with
transition and heel knot. I can't say how much I really do appreciate
what you've done for a lot of us knotworkers with your videos.
Lightofthewolf: I have been looking for new ways to challenge myself with paracord and I
nees to gather supplies but this looks awesome to make and my wife is like
"What are we going to do with a 6 foot bull whip?" Is there a way to
shorten it to like a 3 foot or no? This is very awesome by the way and I
have always wanted a bullwhip but they were so expensive, how much did you
pay for everything and where did you get the rod and file from, and the
larger cord from? Lots of questions sorry lol
Jeremy Brantner: Wow. Great Tutorial! Your a great teacher with a nack for this. Funny thing
about Youtube; I didn't come her to watch full video. ended up watching
full video. Very interesting!
carlos cruz: amazing work xd i do like this do you have a fb page also?
Aaron Wickland: Thanks I made my own and it cracks
prem1errr: What lengths of strands would I need for a 8ft bullwhip.
Hanno vanTonder: Nice whip man you have patients like a mofo i respect you and thanks for
posting that vid i will give it a try great description of every step. A
better explanation is going to be hard to find thanks again
Joe Pedley: What a genuine sounding guy. Lol Just sounds like a really nice dude. Cool
tutorial though. I'll have to try it out.
Morgan Mellor: Hey Nick awesome job man gonna start one soon but do you know the lengths
of the belly to make a 8 ft whip instead of a 6 ft
Michael Gray: So then take stock in electrical tape?
Now what about an end cap on the handle?
purewhips1: Hey Nick. Thanks for the video. Never knew the steps to making a paracord
whip. Always done leather.
Billy Stormes: Thanks for the video very easy to follow. I have just finished the second
belly and am starting to do the final overlay. I decided to go with a two
tone plait but while doing it I find the pattern is turning around the
handle. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong?
timelessnugget: Do you need to use bbs? Can I use marbles or wooden beads or knots instead?
Karl Royale: If I wanted to make an 8 foot whip would it be as simple as adding 2 feet
to each piece of cord?
Austin Miller: How do you make the wrist strap on the whip?
One Miner: DUDE YOU ARE THE BEST YOUTUBER IN THE WORLD!
LonerOnTheField: what kind of lighter is that little torch you use and where do you get it
rev9fan1: Awesome video seems easy enough to do, I'll let ya know how I did after I
buy supplies and start going at it. BTW 65 peoples whips didn't break the
sound barrier after attempting to make a whip....
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