Can anybody beat my smallest point?

Older The Better

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Missouri Breaks

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Great post older, here are some nor cal smalls.
 

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Found this little guy 2 times. Dropped him at my feet right after finding him.... I couldn?t believe how long it took me to find it again. It was standing on its side against a piece of organic debris in the field.
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I know this is late to show up at the party. But that little bugger is one GEM of a tiny triangle. I?m sure it was an exciting find both times. Wow!
 

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Omg!!!
That is definitely the smallest " intricate" point I've seen. I have seen some plain old bird poits aa small but nothing with as much detail.
 

Edgychris1

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Omg!!!
That is definitely the smallest " intricate" point I've seen. I have seen some plain old bird points as small but nothing with as much detail.
 

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