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  • Arrowhead identification

    What kind of tool is this
    Surface find Choctaw county

  • #2
    Nice find! If you're asking for a type, I'd call it a Gary or something in the Dickson contracting stem cluster. Just my opinion, I could be wrong.
    Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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    • #3
      Broken Arrow may be correct but I need a better photo. An overhead view in focus would be helpful before I could offer a suggestion.

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      • Broken Arrow
        Broken Arrow commented
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        True. I was just going off what I can see here.

    • #4
      444, could we get a couple more pics? An overhead view of each face and a side shot to show thickness would help alot
      Stagger Lee/ SE Missouri

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      • #5
        Hard to say without a find location??? Since there is a "Choctaw Co" in three states which state is it from? Nice find but we need better pictures and more information please
        TN formerly CT Visit our store http://stores.arrowheads.com/store.p...m-Trading-Post

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        • Broken Arrow
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          Based off of some of his previous posts, I believe he's in Mississippi.

        • Hoss
          Hoss commented
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          Thanks Broken Arrow I hope he comes back and shares the location.

        • Broken Arrow
          Broken Arrow commented
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          You're welcome. Me too.

      • #6
        Sorry folks ....I have been away for awhile. All of my arrowheads I found in East Central Mississippi mostly
        C​​​​​hoctaw and Attalla counties

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