Rachel McCullogh has been making whips since early 2015. The first was a nylon snake whip if I remember correctly, and she soon became known for her… Read more "Wolf Creek Whips Legend"
Prairie Dog is a 6-foot, 16-plait, natural, kangaroo-hide bullwhip with an 11-inch Bubinga handle. This is whip #79. It has 2 plaited bellies and a bolster over… Read more "Prairie Dog"
Whip #78 is an 8-foot, 16-plait, wooden handled, kangaroo hide bullwhip with an 11-inch Cocobolo handle and a 24-inch whitehide fall. It has 2 plaited bellies and… Read more "Tascosa"
Whip #76 is a little 7-foot red and black paracord, single-belly whip around a twisted-tapered core. It has a 8-inch steel rod for the handle, and a… Read more "Deuce"
A few weeks ago I received a request to replicate a whip I made using the method demonstrated by Adam Winrich in a video recorded by Nick… Read more "Buffalo Bull II"
This whip is an experiment based on a whip made by the extraordinary whip cracker, Adam Winrich. A few months ago he and Nick Schrader of Nick's… Read more "Buffalo Bull"
Here's an 8-foot, imperial red, nylon bullwhip with a 10 inch Indian Ebony handle. This is whip number 72. It has 3 bellies over a twisted-tapered core,… Read more "Red Bull"
I just received this 6.5-foot, 24-plait, kangaroo hide bullwhip made by Peerapong Nillapat of Thailand. It has a 10-inch gold-inlayed wooden handle. What an absolute stunner of… Read more "Thai Bullwhip"
The first Swedish settlers in Texas arrived in the 1830s and went on to found one of Texas' largest ranches and even founded a town in northwestern… Read more "Witchcraft Whips"
There's a scene in the Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove where there is greenish lightning rolling off the horns of the cattle during a thunderstorm. I reckon it… Read more "Ghost Lightning"