A broken drill maybe?

Alexander997

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I found this in Northeast, Georgia, near the Broad & Savannah River. I know my pictures aren’t the best, but am I wrong in guessing this is a broken drill? I attached two pictures of both sides, next to a quarter as a size reference and one in the plowed field where it was recovered.

I have been wanting so bad to find a drill, so I guess this counts.. My guess at it being a drill is from pictures I have looked up at my work computer.

Thanks for all opinions and comments in advance!
 

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Seems like it has projections on both sides, graver comes to mind but I could see maybe the flatter nub is what’s left of a drill tip
 

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