This is something I've been working on for a little while now for a bigger project I have in store. Thanks to Cyrix9445 I learned quite a bit more about this project in his thread here: http://www.therpf.com/f9/jurassic-park-dino-taser-prod-116158/ since I've yet to procure my own Mares spearguns and am running short on project deadline I needed to come up with an alternative. This is the build log of my first generation shock prods. Eventually in the future I will strive for a more accurate version, but for now I will work to make this current setup as close as I can get. Anyways since I lacked some of the vital components of the original I had to get crafty. For the grip base I elected to use the NERF nightfire (or something like that) since it shared some characteristics that were very favorable and would be easy to procure. After cleaning off a significant portion of the gun I layed it out here to get an idea of fitting. I found the 1" pvc I was hoping to use was just slightly too big to use all the way inside. 3/4" pvc happened to fit perfectly inside so I decided that I would use the 3/4" to go inside the 1" and join the main tube to the grip that way. As I secured the grip to the 1" I then started using gap filling foam to create a solid base on which to apply bondo onto later as well as to help further secure the pvc. I also started work on the end of the prod as well. Since I lacked the speargun end I had to make do with parts and shapes I found around various sores. It isn't pretty as I'd like it to be, but after some foam and bondo it will be cleaned up more to try and be a closer representation of the screen used items. I for a test I bent some copper to get a feel for the size and fitting, but that bit is going to be reworked. AS it stands this is where the project is until I can get some more work in (Prop building in between a college schedule ain't always easy!). Soon enough the body work is going to be cleaned up and work on electronics can begin. Also I'm looking for a litlte help on a few things, while many parts have been id'd I need some help in identifying the project boxes used on the back, the large o ring bands on the tube, and perhaps some of the bits seen on the end. If anyone has a lead please do chime in. Thanks for looking!