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Haha very funny. That one Montell would have been awesome.
Darrell, are you related to David Crain, from the Texas Arrowheads website?
Hey Chris, David is my older brother. You know him?
We've e-mailed eachother a few times. But every time I find a new point I use his website as a reference guide. Do you know when he's going to put new updates on his site? He told me over the summer that he'd have updates in the fall. I'm anxious to see some new stuff.
The biggest one was putting down my oldest dog today.
He must have had had a stroke over night this morning his whole left sode did not work poor guy must have had a stroke or something.
Life goes on. Not the way I had planned on spending today with my bride.
I do have some broken rocks but none I am attatched to like having the same dog or friend for 16 years.
When We lived in Chesterland Ohio he would drag home Deer and put them at the front door. Most of the time it was just the hind quarter.
Just a sad day around here. Crying in my beer.
There's some pretty crafty PhotoShop user's in this group....viewers don't believe everything you see!
That preform is about 10" long, so I guess that hand is about 2".
Peggy sue, 3rd grade.
I didn't mean size when I said biggest. Still, those are definitely some good heart breakers. Thanks for the posts. Anybody else? I know Michelle knows how to post pictures. Hal can probably post one of his more serious ones too.
OOOooops, Sorry DJ, I was getting ahead of you, your NEXT series will probably be distance and weight catagory
The top point in the new pic below shows my very best heartbreaker CORNER TANG. I'll be sending it to Dr G for restoration soon, meanwhile I have outlined the
missing potion in wire frame. . . .
The point I'm holding in the lower part of the pic is a STEALTH PLAINVIEW, Only the base is slightly nicked
but its still 4 inches long, a great heartbreaker to any paleo frame
Great heartbreakers guys. I will never forget the first real good brokey that my buddy found. He was only a couple of days into digging and was just crushed that the best point he had ever seen could be broken. It took a week to convince him that this happens to the best of us, and that he should get used to the disappointment. It is truly rare to find a g10 quality point that is "perfect". I will try and post it but my worst heartbreaker was the back of a clovis found on my own land. It was the only paleo artifact found in a terrible bulverde/nolan camp.
Mo, all of your valentine disasters since looking for the Olympic gold could
qualify for a gold trophy
. . . . BUT. . . .
We were looking for a true Golden color heartB. . . to go with your Silver and Bronze !
And the winner IS. . . .
[ may I have the envelope please ]
. . . . . . . . . . . RGS. . .
I have no ideal as to what kind of point it once was, but it must of been a monster!
this is my biggest heartbreaker this plus about 70 more g10 points were stolen when my house was burgularized about 15 years ago 20 years worth of digging up in smoke word of advice get a vault i did. you cant tell much from the picture but there was a 4 5/8 drill.5" stura,8"blade 5 1/2" cornertang, plus many more
. . . can be hazardous to reading abilities !
Re the "color" confusion. . . . When Mo first posted his finds on DEC 18, scrolling down the posting, the first paleo base was a bronze as bab's shoes, then more scroll, the NEXT Paleo was pure silver. . . .
I immediatly thought it was an Olympics metal take off [ 1st place GOLD - 2nd Silver - Booby prize Bronze ]
So anything in was requested.
Well we're back on track now. . . Mo just posted a 4th place. . .JADE perforator
Bummer Dgr, that is breaking !