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:
Demon Vice Commander wrote: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.
groschopf wrote: ↑February 23rd, 2020, 10:09 am ... 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.
mrmichaelt wrote: ↑February 24th, 2020, 3:30 pm Well in theory the person to ask would be Ben Eadie, the prop master.
Kodee-Wan wrote: ↑February 26th, 2020, 12:09 pm 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.
back wrote: ↑December 13th, 2019, 8:27 amI wish I could like this TWICEgroschopf wrote: ↑December 12th, 2019, 3:21 pm Is Paul Rudd trying to use a car to jumpstart the ghost trap or the other way around?Boosting your car with a Ghost Trap or Charging said Trap with your car? Result is something like this:
Looks like he's grounded a set of jumper cables on the trap handle and hooked the hot clamp to the pedal cord port.
33rdparanormal wrote: ↑August 1st, 2020, 9:28 pm Maybe the angles are playing tricks on me... or my eyes are... but it looks like there is no spacer for the top of the pack on either the pack on the table, or the one worn. The spacers are obviously on the bottom, but the frame appears to meet up with the motherboard where the top spacer should be. And thinking about it from a logical standpoint, that would probably help with weight distribution. It would put the top of the pack closer to your head, but might help with the weight a little bit.
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