I usually don't post, except to give an opinion now and then. Or if I come across something worthy. I think these qualify, although I don't really know what they are. Supposed Zapata county cache, but different from Caracaras. Range from 2&7/8-3&3/8". About 3/16" thick at the most. Any thoughts?
Don't know the point type, but the chalcedony is right for the area. I hunted Falcon,Zapata, RGC, area for years, lot of high quality banded agates,jaspers,chalcedony,carnelians, and petrified woods. I found agatized snails and coquina's around Falcon and agatized wood around RGC.
Found several points of rootbeer flint in the same area but they were of the ET and Matamoros varieties.
I have seen some points somewhat similar posted before from that area.