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    us
    Artifact hunter and collector

    Aug 2010
    North Texas
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    Let's see your favorite arrowhead

    Don't show the most expensive or rare one. Just your favorite. I like the working man and hunters points so I'm showing an old Montell that's been used and sharpened for all it's worth.Click image for larger version. 

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    Teknetics T2-LTD and and old pair of boots.

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    the boss

    Mar 2008
    south dakota
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    I am pretty fond of this auction acquisition

  3. #3
    us
    Apr 2009
    Indiana
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    This point is high on my likability scale; its not the largest or the one most others may like.

    At 3 inches in length, it has a very symmetric outline, a very pleasing lenticular cross section.
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    The base is well ground. I recall finding it in the late 90's, while talking on my phone to my then girlfriend who was travelling to Chicago. I found this point and a nice celt that day. I think I had the better day than she.

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    Jun 2014
    California
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    This Rose Springs Crystal point is one of my favorite finds . Eldorado Co N. California .
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    us
    Feb 2010
    Missouri
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    This one isnít the top of the list, but itís close. 3-1/4Ē, needle tip, not a scratch on it.
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    Feb 2015
    Victor, CO...City of Mines
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    I called my family over because this base was sticking out of the ground. I thought it would be huge. I started wiggling it out and told my family it was broke. Then I looked at it and did the happy dance! Very thin, and it almost glows orange Anyone know the material? Found in Central Colorado on the upoer Arkansas river. Click image for larger version. 

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    us
    Feb 2010
    Missouri
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRiver View Post
    Don't show the most expensive or rare one. Just your favorite. I like the working man and hunters points so I'm showing an old Montell that's been used and sharpened for all it's worth.Click image for larger version. 

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    I realize this isn’t the point of this thread but I don’t see Montell’s too often. I found a very nice Montell in western Kentucky 16 or 17 years ago. It holds my personal finds title for farthest traveled point.

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    It's impossible to decide. Like your kids, you love them all.

    Here's a very nice example as my contribution.

    Napa obsidian field find.

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    us
    May 2014
    Eastern Shore Maryland
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    This is one of my favorites I donít find many bifurcated points so this was a shocker and it was at a time where I had just moved and we were questioning if we made the rite choice ..... walked down the hill in backyard and noticed a sandbar sticking out of the river at low tide this was sitting rite on top felt like a sign that I was in the rite place and all would work out.
    Susquehanna bifurcated point
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

  10. #10
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    Dennis

    Jan 2012
    Montana
    White's MXT
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    One of my favorites.


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  11. #11
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    Let's see your favorite arrowhead

    Quote Originally Posted by dognose View Post
    This point is high on my likability scale; its not the largest or the one most others may like.

    At 3 inches in length, it has a very symmetric outline, a very pleasing lenticular cross section.
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    The base is well ground. I recall finding it in the late 90's, while talking on my phone to my then girlfriend who was travelling to Chicago. I found this point and a nice celt that day. I think I had the better day than she.
    There was cell phones back than ?? Who knew lol
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    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    southfork,

    I would have mistaken it for a Gunther.

    It's magnificent.
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  13. #13

    Jun 2014
    California
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    Quote Originally Posted by Out Of Time View Post
    southfork,

    I would have mistaken it for a Gunther.

    It's magnificent.
    Thanks It fits right in with the Rose Gate Cluster the point has barbs like a Gunther but a stem Like a Rose Springs . Here's a Gunther
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    Apr 2008
    Southern Ohio
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    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.
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  15. #15
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    Ethan

    Apr 2019
    North Eastern Kentucky
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    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.
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