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    I have been slabbing some Polychrome. While tending the saw I knapped eight points:

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    Michigan Yooper
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    • #3
      Nice Knapping Ron always good to busy.
      Wyoming

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      • #4
        Nice! That Haskel/Harrell is something to see with the light behind it.!
        Wandering wherever I can, mostly in Eastern Arkansas, always looking down.

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        • Ron Kelley
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          Thanks Jason, The first three are very small arrow points. I don't knap many that small but had some small pieces that were too colorful to toss in the flake pile.

      • #5
        Nice work Ron!
        SE ARKANSAS

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        • #6
          Nice material nice work Ron
          South East Ga. Twin City

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          • #7
            Nice ron...love the material and the work...i thought last one looked like beaverlake.....i need to pick up that hobby...looks like fun to create whatever the imagination brings forth
            Benny / Western Highland Rim / Tennessee

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            • Ron Kelley
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              Thanks Ben, The last one was a thick Root Beer spall but it thinned down nicely.

          • #8
            Nice ones, I can just picture you beatin the cortex away to get to the good stuff on that eared paleo...
            Floridaboy.

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            • Ron Kelley
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              Thanks Hal, I was happy that the chalk was thin on this one.

          • #9
            Is that all done by hand or is there some sort of electric tools involved in the process
            Benny / Western Highland Rim / Tennessee

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            • Ron Kelley
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              Smile... All by hand Ben.

            • Benji
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              Nice ron....great work...i need to learn i think

          • #10
            Striking colors on great work.

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            • #11
              that's some killer work Ron
              🐜 🎤 Columbus, Georgia

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              • #12
                Excellent as always
                South Dakota

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                • #13
                  Beautiful ! At first I thought, well Ron knapped some amber... IDK if amber would knap ?
                  Lubbock County Tx

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                  • Ron Kelley
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                    Some Brazilian Agate has the color of Amber.

                • #14
                  Good looking points really like the colors
                  NW Georgia

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