Designed a pistol grip handle for my 30 oz. Yeti Rambler and my wife’s 20 oz. Yeti Rambler. Used the internal diameter measurements from brandonmjor’s handle for the 30 oz. and lolmodule’s handle for the 20 oz. Thank you both for taking the time to get the measurements done. Used Bhyde101’s pistol grip as a template for the grip I drew on this model. Not sure if this necessarily qualifies as a remix where everything was redrawn, but wanted to give credit where credit is due.
There are flat areas on both upper sides of the grip sections that work great for adding a monogram. Check out the photos for ideas.
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Can you please take this down? Guns are serious tools for killing things. And people. Not ha ha cute trivial playthings to put on the side of your thermos. Given the recent shooting up of children at a U.S. high school yesterday, this post is particularly tone-deaf and completely lacking in empathy.