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    I've always wanted to bullwhip(since I was 10) and thought I could act on it.
    Is there ANY british websites on the subject or how to learn as in lesson videos or such and information on where to buy a good bullwhi[p?
    I'd love to be able to slice targets, wrap and swing around trees, find the ancient gems a Kalee(sorry). Please tell me this, it would be so cool, you might want to aswell?

    Cheers, David.
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    PLEASE SOMEONE WRITE INFO!
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    (Original post by Daibhidh)
    I've always wanted to bullwhip(since I was 10) and thought I could act on it.
    Is there ANY british websites on the subject or how to learn as in lesson videos or such and information on where to buy a good bullwhi[p?
    I'd love to be able to slice targets, wrap and swing around trees, find the ancient gems a Kalee(sorry). Please tell me this, it would be so cool, you might want to aswell?

    Cheers, David.
    I learnt how to bullwhip in Canada with a 8m leather whip and it is very hard. I don't know about lessons, any riding or horse hiking centre should know I reckon, whiping is kinda vitle
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    Really? They use bullwhips in those places? I may have to go and speak to St ANdrews university who have a medieval arts course with people that can do these things.
    Cheers.
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    oo i did it in texas and got hooked on it. Our family now have 3 whips. A Red bull hide(6') one and a pair of matching kangaroo hide ones (5' each). We got all of ours (plus a couple of lassos from westernstageprops.com Theyre really helpful aswell. They also sell videos so you can teach yourself if you want

    Hope this helps
 
 
 
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