This is the Survivor hilt with the damaged grip and pommel piece to make the Fallen Order version of this hilt. This version will NOT include the repaired grip used in the standard Survivor hilt kit.
For proper damaged grip setup and assembly, please watch this video HERE
Weathered example photos are courtesty and property of Astoria Workshop. You can contact him for a weathering quote at his Facebook page here or his Instagram page here
Presenting The Survivor, a high quality saber replica of the popular Cal Kestis saber design from the Jedi: Fallen Order videogame and featured in the upcoming Jedi: Survivor trailers.
Designed by Jimmy's Saber Junk and manufactured by Saberbay, this saber is a CNC machined empty hilt. The custom box art design was made by Christian Cruz.
Basic hilt dimensions: Empty hilt weight is 13.5 ounces with a total length from emitter tip to pommel end of 15.5 inches.
Including with this listing:
-One empty almost fully assembled Survivor hilt. (Please note that you will need to secure the painted emitter piece and the cover piece that goes over the 3 set screw by your own methods once final assembly is ready.)
-blade retention key for emitter and for the 6 set screw used to hold the inner black piece.
-collector's display box
-damaged grip to replace repaired grip version
-MJF printed pommel
-aluminum threaded adapter for pommel to grip connection
-6 brass rods for pommel accents(can be glued in)
This hilt is designed to allow the emitter and grip to be clocked to your desired orientation. Please send me an email if you need instructions on how to do so after receiving.
Made from polished aluminum parts, matte black anodized sections, real copper piece in the thin neck area, and hand painted accents.
Emitter designed for 1" blades, and ample internal install space for a variety of chassis designs.
Hidden sound venting originates from the center in the cutouts underneath the switch, and the single switch is a spring loaded actuator.
Making a staff is very simple when using two hilts, by simply removing the single pommel and attaching the secondary hilts upper half to the threading on the opposite end of the grip handle.