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Handles for the budget minded - 7/20/2004 10:05:38 AM   

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Looking for handles for that flogger you are dying to make? Go to a store that has a sports/bicycle section and check out the bicycle handle grips, some are too soft, but some, like BMX and specialty handles are firm enough to use. They already have the hole in the middle for you to use.

Wooden handles, go to a big box style hardware, do it yourself building store and look for coffee table legs. They usually come with a threaded bolt that you can add a washer, then the flogger falls, another washer and a nut tightened down, or take their threaded piece out, measure it & buy a lag bolt the same circumference but slightly longer. Slip a washer on the lag bolt, put the flogger falls on the bolt, another washer and then insert it into the threaded hole in the table leg. You can paint the leg first or stain it etc & let it dry before assembling the flogger. The legs cost $2-$4 each Canadian. Don't get the ones with the metal feet on them, make sure they are all wood, most have been lathe turned.
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RE: Handles for the budget minded - 7/20/2004 10:52:00 AM   

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LadyShoshin very good suggestion on making home made floggers. I also want to add some more ideas. I have use rubber tool dip and it gives you a nice look and something to grip on. I have also used of the leg one’s you are talking about with the mental thread on them. I will remove them and I found out they are the right diameter to be used for a wooden dildo. I made a horse hair flogger out of one and if you cover it in a condom they work great. I did use the rubber tool dip for the handle but you must be very careful it is toxic but you should use a condom and you can reduce the risk. I also let the handle set out over night to be dried for about a week. Good luck ScorpioMaster

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