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  • Nice find at work today

    Was finally able to get my full 1/2 hour morning break today so I headed outback at work and came back with this beauty! Not quite sure what type it is yet I have to do a little research. Any thoughts on type would be appreciated
    Warren County New Jersey

  • #2
    Cool material, no idea what type it is though.
    🐜 🎤 Columbus, Georgia

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    • #3
      Do you have Copena in your area? If so I would lean towards that. It's a good looking find

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      • HBird
        HBird commented
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        I don’t think Copena’s are up this far north.

      • SurfaceHunter
        SurfaceHunter commented
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        I saw how thick it was and it had what looked like a stack I have some like it and most say Copena.

    • #4
      That's a productive break

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      • #5
        Nice point Bird .. im guessing Fox Creek family. If you have em in your area

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        SW Connecticut

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        • #6
          Nice one...
          Floridaboy.

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          • #7
            It looks like it has a Square base like a Savannah River point and they sharpened those S.R. points down a bunch and discarded them when they were no longer useful for a knife. Just something to think on.
            South East Ga. Twin City

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            • HBird
              HBird commented
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              It almost resembles a Meadowood blade but if I wish I was half as good at identifying them as I am finding them. Lol

            • willjo
              willjo commented
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              Meadowood blades in Overstreet is a side notched Bevel point, may be different where you are looking,

            • HBird
              HBird commented
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              Meadowood blades are described the same way on Projectile Points. I should have read the description instead of just looking at a picture that showed a bunch of them that were un-notched. Well it turns out the picture was of a cache find and after doing a little bit of research it was very common for them to be found in caches in-notched

          • #8
            I was looking on Projectile Points site for my area
            Warren County New Jersey

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