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Re: Bolt on the pommel.......Yes there is a bolt, but it puzzles me because they use traditional forge and lal goond methods to attach the blade to the mutth (this you can see when you examine the shaster by looking at where the blade meets the handle). So I really do not see the purpose of the bolt - maybe they think using both gives dual benefit? I have a tulwar from them bought elsewhere and could experiment by removing the bolt, but I'm not confident in my method if I mess anything up!...if its not broken....

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Re: Bolt on the pommel.......Yes there is a bolt, but it puzzles me because they use traditional forge and lal goond methods to attach the blade to the mutth (this you can see when you examine the shaster by looking at where the blade meets the handle). So I really do not see the purpose of the bolt - maybe they think using both gives dual benefit? I have a tulwar from them bought elsewhere and could experiment by removing the bolt, but I'm not confident in my method if I mess anything up!...if its not broken....

can we ask them not to use a bolt on?i hate bolt ons

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ooo , i went to order bana today. i dont know a thing about what kind of cloth to use lol

btw i work in morhali . where you at?

To tell you the truth I had no clue where we were at lol...The driving scared me so I was mostly worrying about the cars that might hit us lol...My mami lives in chandigarh and I had to give her a wedding invitation...After nihal I we went to fategargh sahib...I took some pictures and I met a really old chardi kala nihang Singh there...

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Yep - the bolt thing spoils a great shaster. Its worth enquiring if the bolt can be omitted. Like I said, looking at the tulwar that I have and others I've seen, the bolt does not seem necessary.

They look dumb lol

They have some nice axes and katars there from what I heard...Might visit them tommorow..

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