Total length 68 cm
Handle length 25 cm
Weight 350 g
The skin of cattle. Reinforced core.
The Ural whip is an ancient means of controlling a horse and a weapon used by the Ural Cossacks. In Western Europe, cavalrymen controlled their horses with spurs, which are practically not in the Urals. The Ural whip was also used in combat as a weapon after the loss or breakdown of the main type of weapon. Everyone knows the role of the whip as a means of punishment, while, it should be noted, the Ural whip is a more humane tool than the modern police PR-73.
Nowadays, there are quite a lot of varieties of Ural whips – it all depends on the imagination and capabilities of the masters.