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  • #31
    I recently took this down due to nobody really knowing what it is. But I’m putting it back up cause nobody knows what it is 100%. Click image for larger version

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    NW Georgia

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    • sailorjoe
      sailorjoe commented
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      I know everyone has an opinion but did "everyone" tell you in detail why they thought it is a Dalton or a Paleo point. If so, I would like to know their reasons.

    • SurfaceHunter
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      I don’t care to argue on it, sorry I will pass

    • oldrocks2
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      I am 100% sure I can't make a for sure call on it but sweet find.

  • #32
    Well this is shaping up to be a really nice post. I really like seeing everyone’s excellent finds. Let’s see some more. I’m all in on my finds
    NW Georgia

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    • #33
      Hey all.....im going to post this beaverlake and clovis.....hope yall enjoy as much as i did finding them.....thanks for looking Click image for larger version

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      Benny / Western Highland Rim / Tennessee

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      • sailorjoe
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        The Beaver Lake you have is about as good as they come. A good looking Clovis, too.

      • Benji
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        thank you sailorjoe

    • #34
      Click image for larger version

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ID:	579711 Just could'nt resist posting this little monster. Came from 3 feet down and many blisters in Click image for larger version  Name:	Pike co.bmp Views:	0 Size:	29.6 KB ID:	579708 85. They got the goody out of it.
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      SE IA

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      • #35
        Well thanks for all of the pictures everyone I’ve truly enjoyed seeing all of them.
        NW Georgia

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