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Thread: Lucky find.....

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    Texas Hillbilly
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    Lucky find.....

    My buddy and I found this this point based on a hunch I had studying terrain maps. Not much else there. But I'm sure glad we found this one.

    3 1/4' w x 1" l

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    That's sweet Kirby, I guees you both have visitation rights?? lol Is it ensor or fairland?? Congrats!!
    SHAGNASTY

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    Definitely Ensor. Technically, it belongs to him due to our pre-dig arrangement, however, it resides with me due to security concerns. So, it's a win-win.

    Thanks for your interest and response.

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    That's mighty nice. Send me some GPS coordinates and I'll go make sure you didn't miss any

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    What an Ensor! Love it!

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    wow, that is a sweet ensor!

    congrats, thanks for sharing

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    Dang Kirby that's a killer but looks more Plainview though.

    LOL its a joke people.
    kirby and David Crain like this.
    I know just enough to know that I don't know what I think I know.

    In memory of George " Never Fry Bacon Naked"

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    Honestly I see more Fairland that Ensor. With those up turned notches going that high up. The base wider that the barbs, whatever it is it is for sure one sweet point.
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    I know just enough to know that I don't know what I think I know.

    In memory of George " Never Fry Bacon Naked"

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    I saw Fairland too Bobby---but it is really nice !!!!!

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    I see a Killer Point.....congrats!!

 

 
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