You don’t have to be worthy enough to pick up Thor’s hammer when you can make one yourself. Instructables user Tom Howbridge crafted Mjölnir using steel pipe, fir post, nylon cord, and a bit of a metal closet railing. The materials are straightforward, but as you might guess, you need some power tools to put everything into fighting shape. It’s all detailed in the above how-to video Howbridge shared on his YouTube channel.
See a complete step-by-step with photos and more details at Instructables.
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