A cast of an authentic Plainview point from Oklahoma, dating to around 9 to 10,000 years ago. The original was made in tan chert, and sent to Occpaleo for molding in 2014, and is now ready in a high grade urethane epoxy. This type of projectile point was used in the Late Paleo/Early Archaic for hunting such prey as the extinct Ice Age Bison. It has a similar appearance to the well known Clovis points in that it has a flute at the base, but it is made with a different reduction strategy and sharpening style. This example measures 3 and 1/2 inches long and 1 and 1/16th inches wide. Plainview has a wide range of distribution, and is all through the Great Plains and as far south as Mexico. This example was found in Oklahoma. (COA Stermer 2010) Cast copyright Occpaleo 2014.