Turvey proposes the notion of dynamic touch, based on Gibsonian notion of active touch.
[Turvey, M. T. (1996) Dynamic Touch. American Psychologist.]
We can feel the weight, the size, and the direction of our own limbs through internal senses, even if we close our eyes. In the similar way, we can feel the weight, the size, and the direction of various tools. Baseball bat, tennis racket, umbrella, fishing rod, and so on. Dynamic touch is the perception of properties of one's own body, or the external objects.
When we use tools, we can feel them as a natural part of our body (swinging a racket, driving a car, etc.). We probably extend our proprioception into them through the sense of dynamic touch.