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  • Kentucky point
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    Excellent find! I think it's safe to call it a Dovetail.

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  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    This is why I like situ pics....I can relate to someone not seeing the whole picture in situ in excitement of a find..

  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    Good eye, I did not notice that !

  • pkfrey
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    It also looks like a gray chert or rhyolite point to the left of the round rock!

  • redrocks
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    Yes a gorgeous red rock... congrats...indurated red shale ...maybe,?

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  • Jethro355
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    RedRocks...paging Mr. RedRocks to the white courtesy phone...

    very nice point. I love that color.👍👍

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  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    Also something for scale... Notice the round object below the base ? May not be anything...

  • pkfrey
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    Can you post a closer shot of the base with both notches, and a shot of the other side with the edges? That really looks like red slate or shale, or Munsungan chert, which outcrops in Maine, and is often used on points from up that way. I'm not sure if red basalt occurs in Maine. Maybe, IDK for sure.

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  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    Great ! The material looks like a red basalt ...The NA people liked using basalt ...

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  • OnewiththewilD
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    Awesome find!

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