This is one a replacement part for hand truck handles:
This one is for wheelchairs:
This is getting closer, if the ribs only went halfway around:
For comparison, this is a tactical forend of a 12 gauge shotgun:
And this is the prop:
Today I made a shotgun grip for the front handle and wrapped some gaff tape (painted green) to the rear handle. Earlier this week I installed the new strain relief connectors and added some more patina/grime to the pack.Would love to see how you installed the Strain Relief Connectors.
... the more I look at the pics of the wand, the less I think that's a wooden rifle grip. A wooden grip would be too thick -- and the distressing suggests a coating was worn off to a brownish coating. The areas furthest from where hands would grip it are still black. I suppose you could get that effect with painted wood, but the thickness and pop rivets hang me up.I agree. I think they are grips like these, but painted brown: https://www.grainger.com/product/46J866 ... 1842759159!
It's not the pool tool grip I showed above, but I feel like it's something akin to it -- a piece of 1/8" thick rubber with grooves molded onto one side.
Someone in a German Ghostbusters Facebook Group made a replica and it looks spot on. It even has the same amount of ribs the grip.https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4179246
https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=129 ... 9873816209
**Update** A user from the group says the grip they used in their replica is a 3d print designed from Shapeforge Props.
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