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Hi Everybody,

I was hoping someone could please translate what these carvings say for me:




I'm pretty sure that they second picture is a name (Alija Buliko) but I can't figure out what the first and third pictures say.
I cleaned these up a bit and re-oiled them with boiled linseed oil and would like to have the story to go with them. They will be going on my M70.AB2:


Thanks!

Cliff
 

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Hi Everybody,

I was hoping someone could please translate what these carvings say for me:







I'm pretty sure that they second picture is a name (Alija Buliko) but I can't figure out what the first and third pictures say.
I cleaned these up a bit and re-oiled them with boiled linseed oil and would like to have the story to go with them. They will be going on my M70.AB2:



Thanks!

Cliff
First photo Kemo Besic , Kemo is nickname from Kemal
Kemo Besa is nick name Besa is short for Besic 8.12.95 is December 8th ,1995

VIII IX Roman numerals for months 8 and 9 month ,95 is a year 1995 and G stands for Godina ( Year )
April 26th 92/93/94

According to the names gun was in posession of Member of Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina and both of them were Bosniaks ( Muslims)
 

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Google search of the name(Kemo Bešić) returns both a Youtube and Facebook account. Wouldn't it be amazing if you found the original owner?

Go make contact and let us know!
 

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Besic is some village I never heard before but Besic is common last name like Johnson in the USA. You are welcome don;t mention.

PS just zoomed out on the map and that village is not more than 40 miles from my city .
 
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