Step 6: Make the Front Handle
You can round the corners if you want, I was a little lazy and skipped this step.
Next cut a piece of 3/4" conduit for the front handle. I would cut it long, bend it, then cut the ends down to length. If it's a little off don't worry, the game gun is slightly lopsided too. (It's not a bug, it's a feature!)
To attach the pipe to the wood, we'll need to screw into the open end of a hollow tube (which generally doesn't hold for very long). To make the handle stay attached longer, jam a bunch of wood into the ends. Just cut some taper shaped pieces of wood and hammer them into the end of the tube until you can't cram anything else in there. Cut off the excess and then run a screw into the end of the pipe without pre-drilling. This will make all the stuff you crammed into the pipe even tighter and will create a stable way to mount the handle.
Mount the handle 1.25" from the edge.
Cut the V piece. This is where I really deviate from the game files, the method I show here for the V and the rear handle don't match the game exactly, but they were quick and easy to make. Revision 1 of this gun was finished at the con so I had to cut a few corners to get it done and this is one I never went back and fixed. It's a part nobody really looks at and there are other improvements I'd rather do first. If you can come up with a better solution let me know, if not plow on ahead!
Cut the V, and then bolt it to the top of the front handle base. I kinda cheated and used screws that looked like bolts.. :/