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Quebecs warm (topic)
Its finnaly decent outside to do some chipping almost 50 degrees today. Still snow out there though. Anyways some lost ponds here. Some indiana hornstone almost 5 inches and did a lil guy off a small spall out of that nodule still got...
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

04/13/14 10:52 PM
Re: nebver look a gift rock in teh mouth! (reply)
Did you noticed how antler really flakes that tough texas rock? When used indirecttly. All that knapping you been doing you prolly have a crack in your thigh like your point!
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

04/12/14 2:01 AM
Re: Pressure flaking tip styles (reply)
Hammered and filed copper both react differently on different rocks. Filed could be too soft on tough stuff and just get eated up and the hammered could just slip off other rocks.
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

04/08/14 9:42 PM
Re: Trapsetter slabs from PITH point (reply)
Man that is sweet is that knapped spalted and stained wood? Idk but this should be honored as a banner. Again really nice point to match that nice rock.
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

04/08/14 12:07 PM
Re: What is slate? (reply)
Really skined a beaver with it how did its edge hold with all that beaver fat? I dont know what res are you talking about alleghany cattaraugus im up in the north akwesasne.
Misc Primitive Weapons

mohawkwoodman

04/08/14 12:01 PM
Re: Not Sure Where To Put This (reply)
It doesnt say what kind of skeleton but still creepy. In a nother article it mentions his stuffs on iroquois land. So if repatriation goes through they would prolly contact us. A few repatriation items in the past were just handed out to...
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

04/05/14 11:51 AM
Re: Not Sure Where To Put This (reply)
A full skeleton thats a sore...
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

04/04/14 10:29 PM
Re: What is slate? (reply)
Those are some nice pieces of work there chris. I was getting the urge to gather some but i know a good source of a soft shale thats almost knappable. Same thing id like to grind it down, any suggestings?
Misc Primitive Weapons

mohawkwoodman

04/04/14 10:06 PM
What is slate? (topic)
Ok what are slate artifacts? Almost always say slate but isnt slate actually layered plates and mostly junk? And shale is not layered and still soft so what are all these so called slate artifacts?
Misc Primitive Weapons

mohawkwoodman

04/04/14 2:53 AM
Re: Replicating Adena Points ABO? (reply)
Thought id add a hammerstone info. Theres a hammerstone with a distinct pitted groove widthwise and above it random pits like it was percussion struck alot. While the pitted groove may have served as a sweet spot. Could be indirect...
Old-Tool/Aboriginal Knapping

mohawkwoodman

04/03/14 3:16 AM
Re: Very First Point. (reply)
Good job, wine glass isnt one of the finer glasses to work with. I would purchase a box of flakes to continue learning. They are pretty cheap and gives you lots of workable material. There is a few sites that sell them. It would help...
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

03/20/14 1:33 AM
Re: Been busy (lots of Pics) (reply)
Awesome work is that four flutes on that first pic? That snake hill looks pretty good if i guess was it kind of ( dry ) and tough or did the air take away the slickness of it?
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

03/09/14 7:36 PM
Re: ...help...me... (reply)
Its too early for cat food freeze. Whered you get the smilodon? Is that side notch dacite? Nice flutes.
Flintknapping - General Discussion

mohawkwoodman

03/09/14 3:17 PM
Re: Making Indian Bread? (reply)
Grind your corn and boil it like a dumpling with beans in it thats the real deal.
"Primitive" Cooking Food preparation, storage, cooking tools and methods)

mohawkwoodman

03/08/14 1:42 AM
Re: What Tools For Adena? (reply)
Nice scars on that biface are you familiar with indirect percussion? Ive noticed that the technique removes very large flakes on good hornstone. What kind of rock is that anyway that is killer?
Flintknapping - Theory, Replication and Scientific Discussion

mohawkwoodman

03/03/14 12:58 PM
Re: Critique please. (reply)
How durable is cast then forged?
Metal Working

mohawkwoodman

03/03/14 3:22 AM
Critique please. (topic)
In my search for a bowl adze i came across these. They say they are cast then forged. They look like thier sweep is really steep? Would you guys buy these or should i go for the biber muellers for 150 a piece that look really good?...
Metal Working

mohawkwoodman

03/03/14 12:33 AM
Adze (topic)
Anyone have a curved bowl adze for sale? Id like to make some bowls and would like to get away from chisel hollowing.
Metal Working

mohawkwoodman

02/28/14 12:28 AM
Re: Pattern Questions (reply)
This sweet turkeytail was found local by a freind. This point was hauled a long way up here at the ny ontario quebec border probaly one of the most north turkeytails found.
Flintknapping - Theory, Replication and Scientific Discussion

mohawkwoodman

02/27/14 2:53 AM
Re: Pattern Questions (reply)
I noticed when skinning with a punched notch at the base of a turkeytail that it makes a real good tendon cutter. Just seems to rip through them.
Flintknapping - Theory, Replication and Scientific Discussion

mohawkwoodman

02/27/14 2:39 AM
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