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    Found My Best Point In Years

    A buddy of mine and I hit several different fields on Sunday and the only complete Point found was this killer and that was 15 minutes before we were run out by a storm after 5 hours hunting. We were both having a crappy day for sure. Just as we crossed from one field to another in a low spot I made the comment, "I never find anything down here in this muck", took about 4 steps and saw this sticking out of the ground. Best and biggest Point I've found in a long time.

    My best guess is a Lowe Point since this site is mostly Woodland. Right at 3 1/4 inches long.
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    Last edited by The Grim Reaper; Apr 15, 2019 at 07:36 PM.
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    Very nice I'm sure you was thrilled... Is that from your old hunting spot you got to go back to
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    I never find anything in mud either you lucked up
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    That is cool? What kind of point is it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coosakid2 View Post
    Very nice I'm sure you was thrilled... Is that from your old hunting spot you got to go back to
    No, this is from a site in Lewis county Kentucky I've been hunting for about 6 or 7 years now. These are the four trays I have filled up so far. I also have two broken Axes, a few Pestles, a Plummet, and boxes of Scrapers from this site. Lots of Hammerstones and Peckstones found there too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshuaream View Post
    That is cool? What kind of point is it?
    Im thinking a Lowe. Fairly common in my area on Woodland sites.

    Lowe Projectile Point
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    Prof. Shellman

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    Man, what a killer! Love that form. Super site frames. Gawd
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    Congrats on that point. Sometimes we all have dry spells. Makes it that much better when a nice one shows up!
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    the boss

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    Nice one!!
    You deserved it after so long!!!
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    Always special to find a good one after a dry spell.Excellent in-situ,a mystery tip
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    Nice find thatís a killer point.... lucky the tip stayed intact and looks like that site has treated you well over the years
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grim Reaper View Post
    No, this is from a site in Lewis county Kentucky I've been hunting for about 6 or 7 years now. These are the four trays I have filled up so far. I also have two broken Axes, a few Pestles, a Plummet, and boxes of Scrapers from this site. Lots of Hammerstones and Peckstones found there too.
    That's pretty impressive to all be from one site
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    Dennis

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    That's a Great Find! Congratulations!
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    That is a very nice looking point, glad you didn't give up. That big broken bottle neck point in the frame is nice too! Keep em coming.
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    That's a beauty, Grim!
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