This is a thin small (.5 to .75 inches) triangular point with a flattened cross section. The blade is primarily straight, but may be seen with an excurvate or even less frequently, an incurvate blade. Rarely, the blade may be serrated. The point primarily forms an isosceles triangle (half as wide as the height), or less frequently form an equilateral triangle (as wide as the height). The base is primarily straight to slightly concaved and commonly has basal thinning. The flaking pattern is random. This point is manufactured using pressure flaking and may range from high quality workmanship to very crude. Re-sharpening is not common with the exception of the tip.