I'm going to start by saying, I love this whip. It looks great, is very well tapered, has a good, stiff transition, has excellent knots, and is very well braided. There is one issue with it: it does have a noticeable right hand pull. Not enough to mess it up, but enough to see in the roll out test and to feel while cracking. The biggest result of that is that I need to use more forearm movement then usual. Some whips I can crack with mostly wrist action, but this one doesn't work well like that. This, unfortunately means that I can't do the underhand crack very well. However, cattleman, coachman, and overhead work well. The weird part is that I can actually do the figure eight crack with this whip with pretty good consistency, which I can't do with any other whip I have.
I honestly think that the right hand pull comes from the fact that you dropped a single strand at the beginning, went to double strand drops after that, and then kept the other side of the first strand until the end. I could be wrong.
There are a couple of small gaps and bunching when the strands were dropped, but not enough to affect anything. There is also some lumpiness, which I think comes from the way you dropped the strands, but once again, doesn't affect usage and actually adds some character to the thong. Oh, and your fall hitch is awesome. Way better than mine.
I did swap out the cracker for one of Jessie's, but that's just because I've grown rather found of hers.
I'll make a video later when my daughter gets home.
If I can't run fast, I'll make slow look impressive.
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