Dang, now I got competition. Am I about to be de-throned as the Clear Fork King? Those are some nice ones. Did you find them in the same area?
I've found them scattered all over the two county area that I hunt but they seem to be more common in just certain camps.
The two tan ones were found in the same area and the white one was found 45 miles and another county. It came from the STARR on my first visit out there. Definately not trying to compete just thought I would post them because I see y'all talking about them all the time. They are the only ones I have found.
This is a timely posting of a woodworking tool
Dr H defines the CF as being used from the Paleo Indian days.......
Redman ( under PROJECTILES) just posted pics of a modern reproduction of the hafting of a Paleo spear
point with the peg & socket method....very close tolerance woodworking tool(s)needed...CF ?
Also, the Perd may be the most common point found in TX but the humble CF must rank among the longest used
implement in TX ( along with the bone smashing 'chopper' )
No fear of King Te being overthrown anytime soon, They are prolific in his part of the kingdom ( and he has been collectng them since he was a very young prince )