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    Junior Relic Hunter
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    Cascade Point?

    Im still pretty new to identifying points here in Oregon but from the little bit of research that I did this looks like a Cascade point? is that right? I found this in a spot that ive hunted many times before but this by far the biggest and most intact point I've found in the area. Was this a projectile point or maybe some kind of knife?

    Cascade Projectile Point

    Thanks for looking!

    Steve
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    does kind of look like a shouldered cascade, but also looks like a mckee uniface blade,but those are more of a northern california type.

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    Beautiful uniface Knife. Congrats.
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    That is one gorgeous unifacial knife.
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    Beautiful piece no matter what type.
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    Very nice. Looks predominantly like a very efficient cutting tool to me with that narrow uni blade edge. Likely a hafted one at that with the slight shouldering that it exhibits.
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    that's a really nice unifacial knife, could very well be Cascade.

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    nice find. it is a blade, very possibly cascade.
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    Glad someone is finding a killer rite now. Been slow here
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