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Old 15th September 2020, 05:26 AM   #1
xasterix
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Default Inquiry about kalis engraving

Greetings, was just wondering if anyone else has encountered a particular engraving on a kalis blade. I'm currently restoring this kalis and resetting it to a new hilt (which looks similar to the original one, except the latter had nylon wrap). Please post an image if you have a similar engraving on your Bangsamoro weapon/s. The engraving looks as if there's a person at the threshold of an open passage. Other interpretations are welcome. The piece only has a roughly made scabbard, obviously not its original. And don't worry about the epoxy, I'll clean it up later on.

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