Makeshift Battle Hammer

About: I am a homeschooler, and I like to build with Legos. I also like to experiment with my ideas during my free time.

In this instructable I will tell you how to make a makeshift battle hammer out of wood, rebar, glue, and duct tape.

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Step 1: Construction

First of all, you will want to find a strong straight branch and cut it as long as you like(Make sure it doesn't have any knots). Then drill a 3 inch hole in one side that is a bit smaller in width than the rebar. Cut the rebar to about one foot in length then, cover one end in Elmers glue and pound it into the rod all the way, let dry (You can reinforce the end with duct tape). Next get a one foot long thick piece of wood and drill a hole all the way through the center of the wood using the same size drill bit used before. Lastly cover the other end of rebar with glue and pound the end on to the metal, let dry.

After that, your done! Have Fun!

(I am not responsible for any possible harm caused by hammer)

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    Slasher577

    4 years ago

    you could have also just done a square lashing