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    us
    May 2018
    Indiana
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    My collection

    Hereís is my collection of arrowheads found all around our property. The real nice large point was found in our goat pasture, next to the water tank. Some of the others by the mail box. Pretty much where thereís a bean field, thereís going to be arrowheads. The one tiny point for birds, was found at the GNCC Ironman in Crawfordsville a few years back. Pretty fun to collect thatís for sure.
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    us
    Nov 2020
    s.e. Minnesotaís driftless area
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    That’s a nice handful, likely more out there.

  3. #3
    us
    Oct 2007
    Summit County, CO
    White's DFX, White's Classic 1 Coinmaster, Nokta Pointer
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    Great finds. The tiny point wasn't made for birds. They were used for general hunting.
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    Just like Texas in 1880.

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    us
    Jan 2013
    South Dakota
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    I love the tang poking out on your big one. Awesome point there!
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    us
    Jun 2006
    Upstate South Carolina
    Whites, Minelab, Tesoro, and custom machines
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    Good finds, and great variety. Like said, the term bird point is misleading.
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    We are in a hobby that is supported by losers!!

  6. #6
    us
    Feb 2019
    Massachusetts
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    It looks like you have a nice variety of Early Archaic types on your property. I see a small bifurcated (and Beveled) Point in the bunch. That oneís the star of the show in my opinion.
    Iíll be looking for dognoseís thoughts on these.
    Nice collection.
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    Priv8ear

    Aug 2018
    Shenandoah Valley Va
    WW2 Mine Detector, 2 Garrets and an Underwater Fisher (Older Machines)
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    I agree, most are javelin, speer or knife points. If you've ever hunted with a bow a decision you'll have to make is accuracy or wound channel diameter. Wider heavier points tend to
    steer the arrow but make impressive wounds for a faster bleed out. Smaller diameter multi pointed broadheads fly better, penetrate better and have infinitely better range.

    Best wishes
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    Phil

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    Nov 2011
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    niceuns keep on lookin,,
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    God Bless America Trump WON

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    H.P.

    Aug 2020
    Safety Harbor Florida
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    Arrowheads pottery
    Magical bean plants....Why not...a nice collection, very personal.
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    us
    Dec 2006
    Central South East
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    You should be proud of these.
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  11. #11
    us
    May 2018
    Indiana
    Garrett Ace 400, Equinox 600
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    Metal Detecting

    Another

    My girlfriend decided to go back out for a stroll for the nice weather. She just found this one. Itís starting to be unreal. Sheís slaying them
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    Banjo Man

    May 2019
    East Central Alabama
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    Maybe MacCorkle.

    MacCorkle Projectile Point

    Keeper girlfriend too I suspect!
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    Savant Banjo Picker

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    us
    Apr 2009
    Indiana
    Fisher F70
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    The white stemmed is a nice point as is the bifurcate point you just posted.

    Is the white point broken or chipped to the rounded tip?
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  14. #14
    us
    May 2018
    Indiana
    Garrett Ace 400, Equinox 600
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    653 times
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    Quote Originally Posted by dognose View Post
    The white stemmed is a nice point as is the bifurcate point you just posted.

    Is the white point broken or chipped to the rounded tip?
    No it’s not broken. You’re referring to the one with the bleeder looking thing at the base right?
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  15. #15
    us
    Apr 2009
    Indiana
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    yes that is the point.
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