Birdie collection

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DirtyHandsCleanPoints
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That little fish tail looking one you’re holding is a new form for me and looks really nice. Great group
Thanks I believe the little fishtail maybe an Edwards. And actually helps your theory of the arrow evolution because it's said to be the biggest and earliest of the arrow points in Texas and first form between dart points and arrow points. According to "projectile points of North America"
 

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Little well made points. Nobody at work could care less about my points. This is the only place I know who wants to see my finds other than me. I believe it’s a dying past time especially for the new generation. Share as many as you want.
 

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DirtyHandsCleanPoints
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Little well made points. Nobody at work could care less about my points. This is the only place I know who wants to see my finds other than me. I believe it’s a dying past time especially for the new generation. Share as many as you want.
Yessir creek I don't know any other 26 year olds in my area that are even familiar with the hobby but I think it's more of a passion to preserve for me. Both my boys are Cherokee and I want them to understand how deep their roots truly go. I'm gonna share a very special piece today and let the debates begin because I'm almost certain I have a thunderbird effigy birdie and I've never shown it to anyone.
 

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DirtyHandsCleanPoints
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that should be fun....
Yessir it's gonna blow some minds because I read a forum of people saying there isn't any in North America and that's just not true even if I got the only one it's real and it's unmistakably a thunder bird or an eagle when I get home I'll post it.
 

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