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    Texas Fluted Paleo. Any ideas?

    By ideas what this was? Itís fluted but well worn. It almost looks like there is an impact scar??
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    Looks like a Barber point. What you're calling flutes are thinning strikes to the base imo. Nice Lil used up Paleo!

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    Yes, I'd agree with paleo, also it probably started out life much longer and has been resharpened.

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    Thanks

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    is the base and / or sides ground?

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    Yes-but lightly

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    Good find! The odd point is probably from rework, like Smokey said.
    We are in a hobby that is supported by losers!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    Yes, I'd agree with paleo, also it probably started out life much longer and has been resharpened.
    I believe it to be deliberately made that way - a style (Type).
    Sorry, I don't have any SW cultures' point typology names, but there are ways to find examples of them.
    Stick With It - It's not *IF* you'll find the good stuff , but WHEN!

 

 

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