didnt get to dig much, i spent most of my time cleaning out and sifting the six inches of dirt that flowed into my hole per recent rain.
found nothing but brokes, not pictured, in the dirt, but here is what i did find.
the montell is 3 and 1/4 inches, and the edwards are 1 and 1/2 and one inches. the chopper is pretty big too.
to bad the montell has impact damage repair, if not it would have been a trily awesome point, its paper thin, and white flint, not patina!
Wow that's a great Marshall that would definately make my day, and also thos soil conditions look familiar, it was pretty damp out my way too. This morning we got about two inches so I have a feeling I won't be digging for some time, our trench probably has ducks swimming in it about now. P.s. Do y'all ever find any oval bodied montells, all I've ever found are triangle montells so the one above is kind of unique, for me at least.
I would say most of the Montells we find in this area are of the oval variety. I hadn't thought much about it up to now.
It does seem the more carefully crafted pieces, with those really crisp teeth edges are all
straight [ triangle ] sided.