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    Arrow points?

    Need some help identifying these little guysClick image for larger version. 

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    I found them in the woods on eastern long island
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    Can't tell what they are made from, can't make a call.
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    Gee..could they be arrow points? How close to each other were they? I am no expert but found this site: (deleted by mod for rule violation) l]
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    With a crosswise hole? I would say "no" to arrowheads.
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    I would say some type of fishing or fishing net weights.
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    Caveman wind chimes. LOL
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    Necklace pendants? They all have the tapered shape for something. Dowsing pendulums.
    If your heart is in it you will find a thousand ways to achieve your goal.
    If your heart is not in it you will find a thousand excuses.

    Ouija Board and map dowsing , one and the same. Just tape a map onto the Ouija Board and you have map dowsing.
    Works great if you like wild goose chases and snipe hunts!

    My new motto: L-rods are obsolete.

    Like Cappy sings with his harmonica, "We're all gonna die, but not tonight."

    May you never take one single breath for granted.

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    They were within 6 inches of each other
    Fishing net weight makes a lot of sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by Underwonder View Post
    Gee..could they be arrow points? How close to each other were they? I am no expert but found this site: (deleted by mod for rule violation) l]
    I apologize. What rule was broken so I don’t repeat the offense?
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    Part of a necklace. They look like drilled teeth...the shape anyway. Gary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Underwonder View Post
    I apologize. What rule was broken so I don’t repeat the offense?
    We do not allow posting of websites selling anything supporting vendors sell.unless they are supporting vendors, also cznt post links to sites having any kind of competing forums.
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    [QUOTE=Treasure_Hunter;592932.... also cznt post links to sites having any kind of competing forums.[/QUOTE]

    WHAT?? Competing forums?? Is there such a thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by signal_line View Post
    Necklace pendants? They all have the tapered shape for something. Dowsing pendulums.
    I believe you nailed it sig.....dowsing pendulums......they where 100 feet away from a old gravity fed water tank system that was in use in the 1800’s....these bad boys are more than likely over a hundred years old....Good catch!
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