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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    Another "how did I do that?!" favorite. Lying on my back, eyes closed, sunbathing on a beach towel. Right arm extended out, scooping up sand with right hand, making fist, letting the sand run out like an hourglass. At some point, there's a small rock left in my clenched fist. I feel it's shape with my fingers. Suddenly, a light bulb goes off. I sit bolt upright, open my eyes, open my fist. It's a point!

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    Love the story. I say Neville.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pickaway View Post
    Here's a new favorite found last week.
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    New favorite. Ha ha! Love that.
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  3. #33
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    Let's see your favorite arrowhead

    Quote Originally Posted by ShieldJaguar View Post
    Another WOW!
    KIRK CORNER NOTCHED?
    Last edited by MAMucker; May 12, 2019 at 12:15 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyRelics View Post
    My first will always be my favorite. Found In Carter County Kentucky. Material is Flint Ridge, and type is Hopewell.


    2 1/2 inches long.

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    In-situ.
    Could put that photo on a tee shirt! Beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grim Reaper View Post
    This Point is one of my favorite personal finds ever because of how I found it. This was the last piece found on an all day hunt back in the early 80's. I hunted for close to 12 hours that day and had found around 30+ Points that day along with all kinds of Tools. As I was walking back to my car at dusk and just barely able to see the ground because it was almost dark and the corn was waist high, I walked by a row and I heard a voice in my head that said " walk up that row". I ignored it at first but as I took another step I heard it again so I turned around and went up the row. I took about 10 steps up the row and as I parted the corn I saw this laying completely exposed. At that time it was my best Flint artifact ever and it's still in my Top 5.
    Oh the solitude!! Do all you guys hear voices?
    Really Nice Point though!
    Ok, Iím going to guess. LOST LAKE VARIANT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by old digger View Post
    One of my favorites.


    Attachment 1711274 In Situ.


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    I like it!
    I donít know Montana Points, but Iíll take a stab at it: SAMANTHA-DART?
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    Hard to pick a favorite, but for now I'll go with this Kirk
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  8. #38
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    Found this one nearly 30 years ago and to this day, it remains one of my favorites. Just has a wicked look to it. Still have yet to satisfactorily type it though. Has the characteristics of several different types all rolled into one. I'd like to hear everybody's opinion on it as long as it's not the default 'Must be a "Kirk" since nothing else fits'. Heard that one. I found it in west central Georgia on an extensive multicomponent site dating from Paleo to historic times. Posted some of my other finds from this site here: Artifacts For Your Enjoyment Posts 53,60,63 &71.

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    I agree with you. Itís Wicked!

    Is it possible that it is a multi component point? Maybe a repurposed Point?
    Now, it could be the shading, but it appears the stem has a different sheen than the rest of the point?
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    I believe so. It's the most perfectly shaped point I have found and very thin.
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    Congrats on finding that one!
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    OK. If I may be allowed I have three favorites. Two were personal finds and one was a gift from my son. The first one is from my son who lives in Arizona. The red Savannah River I found a few years ago. It was in a deer track. I was told its red color from being heat treated. And the third I found the same day. I think it is a well used Savannah River that may have become a drill.
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    Last edited by fyrffytr1; May 13, 2019 at 02:33 PM.
    My wife does all the driving, I just hold the steering wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fyrffytr1 View Post
    OK. If I may be allowed I have three favorites. Two were personal finds and one was a gift from my son. The first one is from my son who lives in Arizona. The red Savannah River I found a few years ago. It was in a deer track. I was told it it its red color from being heat treated. And the third I found the same day. I think it is a well used Savannah River that may have become a drill.
    That red Savannah river is sweet is that jasper ?
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arrow86 View Post
    That red Savannah river is sweet is that jasper ?
    I was told it is just flint that has been heat treated which caused it to turn red. How do I tell if that is the case or could it be jasper
    Last edited by fyrffytr1; May 12, 2019 at 10:31 PM.
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    This one is my favorite, the flaking is superb. I found this in January of this year. I am pretty confident its a paleo point. the type is unknown but its a killer in my opinion.
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