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    Some more rocks, any info is appreciated

    Today's finds. Really not sure about the white rock it seem out of place. Maybe just a rock? The gray one is broke on both ends.
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    ToddsPoint and rock like this.

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    Sorry, o ly possibility is one at 3 o'clock position, need more pictures of different views, the rest are natural rocks not artifacts.
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    The last pic thereís one that looks good possibly another can you post better pics of those ones ? The items in the first 2 pics I would say are natural
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Don’t overlook the small rocks, most of what I find is scrapers.

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    These too appear to be rocks, not artifacts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    These too appear to be rocks, not artifacts.

    Agreed.
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    Maybe these pics are a little better
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    Big piece of Flint. I think it's pretty awesome
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    The items in the last set (6 pics ) they all look like artifacts to me except the round one itís hard to tell from that angle if itís a keeper or not
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    I'm pretty sure they are artifacts just broken. The gray rock is perfectly round. Hard to get the right pic

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    I concur these are rocks.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    These too appear to be rocks, not artifacts.
    Thanks for the opinions

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrow86 View Post
    The items in the last set (6 pics ) they all look like artifacts to me except the round one it’s hard to tell from that angle if it’s a keeper or not
    I am in agreement with you. The graver spur is pretty obvious on that first piece imho.

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    They are all great head knockers. Wasn't it fun as kids, throwing rocks? Ducking just like you were in a gunfight. I could hide behind a telephone pole, untill they got right upon me, then come out slinging rocks! Before they could gather their thoughts, I would be gone, down the gully to my lair. I have been just walking along when CRACK! A rock to the noggin! We were serious warriors, we young Desert Rats.
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