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Freeze, in addition to its lack of suitability and it's toughness, are you saying that one has to be more exacting in technique to work this kind of stone?so everything has to be set up right if you don't want bunches of failed platforms and hinges.
Bolutus, thanks for the reviews, As someone who is hearing impared, I can say that not all videos are as easy to understand as others. I do admit that it's easier to show than write about, and when there is a knap-in within a thousand miles from here, I will probably attend.There are 4 knappers on youtube that I idolize the most and I recommend that you watch them religiously.
can i also assume that if I don't hit it exactly the same way the second or third time, then I will have damaged pieces to work with when it finally splits?when you hit on a round end straight in, if you don't hit hard enough to break it, you'll be putting a huge damage cone in it.
PaleoSoul wrote: What kind of chert or flint is this?? I bought it from a rock head in Oregon and he said it was some kind of Oklahoma flint. But didn't seem to sure..any help would be awesome.
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