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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by slow-bow, Jan 4, 2007.
That Sir is OUTSTANDING! Clovis?
Great fluted point. Congratulations
its a Cumberland.
Frame I made of Wayne County blue and white flint. Mostley from Pulaski County KY.
Here are some Gorgets , Bannerstones ECT from Various locations mostley OHIO I collected.
Some Ft ancient Missisipian bling I collected . Some is pictured in a few books including Sun circles and human hands.
There I go trying to be smart. Actually I just started hunting this year. Your collection is amazing.
Thanks. Cumberlands are often confused with clovis . Cumberland will usually be much thicker .
Lost Lake Pulaski County KY . Sonora.
Not to interfere with the overall subject matter, but youtube has some interesting videos on primitive flint arrowheads vs modern broad heads. Even some made from glass.
Early Ovoid Knife from Pulaski County KY
Deadaim, you should open a museum.
Pulled a nice one today in South Georgia. Thin and well made.
Heck yeh man!!!
I'm curious. What are these trollers trying to accomplish with posts such as this? What do they possibly have to gain?