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Thread: Micro drill

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    Micro drill

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    had some luck over the labor day weekend . Hope you all got to hunt some and enjoy the heat .. I have only one other drill/perforator this size .. (ex. Sm. )

    ONE POINT AT A TIME

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    Looks like a fun hunt.Like the little drill.I see several heartbreakers but that side notch really hurts.What do you call it?
    Arrowhead shaped leaves are the enemy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John G. Scoggins View Post
    Looks like a fun hunt.Like the little drill.I see several heartbreakers but that side notch really hurts.What do you call it?
    John, Not sure what it is, First of its kind for me ????? Dang !!

    ONE POINT AT A TIME

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozarkmike View Post
    John, Not sure what it is, First of its kind for me ????? Dang !!
    Mike I believe that side notch is a birdpoint. I dug up a bunch of those from a shelter recently and they are not normally that long. My guess is it was made to be put in a burial and broke instead and is the reason you found it. They are typed as a Morris point. GLooney from Arkansas helped me out on that.

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    Ozarkshunter, I was thinking it was an arrowpoint too.Seems like I've seen some of that type from NE Oklahoma.
    Arrowhead shaped leaves are the enemy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John G. Scoggins View Post
    Ozarkshunter, I was thinking it was an arrowpoint too.Seems like I've seen some of that type from NE Oklahoma.
    Yeah I guess they're pretty rare up my way, but I found a handful in one shelter. I believe they are more common in Oklahoma like you said. The book Story In Stone has a description of them in it with a pic.

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    Nice finds and very neat drill!

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    Looks like a great hunt!

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    real nice pics AND FINDS, CONGRATS

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    Nice finds all around, finding that drill all in one piece, awsome!

 

 
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