This is a thick broad medium to large (2 to 4.5 inches) triangular stemmed point with an elliptical cross section. The blade ranges from straight to excurvate. The shoulders are usually broad and range from having a slightly barb to having an upward angle. The stem may vary from contracting to almost straight. The base is primarily concave with sharp or pointed basal corners. The base is thinned which results in the concave base. This point has a random flaking pattern.
Material was from Flint River Georgia, the tool was made and traveled with its maker and later discovered in Perry Florida