Visayans were very close to cultural spots like those of what would become Indonesia.... Majapahit and other Sultanate and Rajahnate cultures in trade and the Austronesians of the would be Indo-Malaysian archipelago were the ones who invented the Kampilan sword family from which Moros literally derived their swords. There were back and forth migrations of Austronesians, it is unrealistic to say the least that non-Muslim Filipinos never used Kampilans. They obviously did, including the Lusungs (who were of Luzon origin ethnically) who were employed as mercenaries and fought in Thailand also obviously did.
Religion is irrelevant, as most Filipinos of Austronesian origin are all ethnically the same, well, small exception for Igorots for being far purer Austronesian.
You get this idea that Kampilans are this super ubbermensch weapon because they are larger, but that thing takes 3 foot lengths of the best available steel around. That's not even accounting that there are various collections of poorly made Kampilans and Kris's just like how in Europe there were poorly made swords depending on the individual skill and experience of the blacksmith.
On the other hand, for every sword, you can arm 10 more men with 10 more iron or steel tipped spears that are in many ways far more practical and far easier and cheaper to repair and reproduce.
None of these really matter anyway because the Tausugs themselves are literally Visayan immigrants who became Islamic. Definitions make things pointless.