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That looks pretty good. I haven't tried to do this yet.

A stranger in a strange land.

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That looks good, Russell.  This one always ends poorly for me...

Common sense is now so uncommon that it should be officially reclassified as a super power...

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Thanks for the encouraging comments gentlemen. It's good to hear i'm in the right track smile
This technique felt unnatural at first, bringing the whip towards you with momentum can be a little scary in the beginning.
After that it feels like a matter of timing the cutback in relation to the length of your whip.
When you begin achieving a crack and applying the refining process it's very satisfying to feel the smooth flow of the VC.

In vino veritas

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Trying to catch up with you

https://youtu.be/XrePAo-hVLw

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Flemming, that's impressive. I've never yet managed to do this at all!

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Thank You Robert.

I get a lot of help from the whip. And in my case it is a matter of "with or against the curve".

I I try to do it the wrong way, I won't succed.

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Flemming that's looking good smile I think we both need to slow down a little bit but you're definitely on the right track smile

In vino veritas

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I agree with Russel about using less power.

Going with the curve of the whip is where the "swiveling handle" Robby mentioned comes in to play with a lot of cracks.

Great new avatar Russel. smile

Ron

When you're choreographing your life, sometimes you have to dance with the music you're given.

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Cheers Ron smile

In vino veritas