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How to Crack a Whip: the Cattleman's Crack

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Published on May 31, 2008

I do my best to explain the most basic way to crack a bullwhip: the cattleman's crack. This crack is also known as the circus crack, gypsy crack, drover's crack, and the lion tamer's crack. I'm using an 8 ft David Morgan bullwhip, mainly because it was one of the lightest-colored bullwhips I had on hand and I felt it would show up the best against the green background.

This is the side of my driveway that has trees. It was on the other side of my driveway that I shot the 'bleak' instructional videos on the snow covered, barren hillside.

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