This Sawmill point was illustrated by Kelly in 1993. It was complete when it was illustrated but apparently lost its tip sometime later. It was found on the Lowe Ranch in northern Belize. A paper published in 2006 (Lohse) suggests that Sawmill points may be less common than Lowe points. According to current data, their distribution area in northern and western Belize also seems to be smaller. As can be seen in this picture, Sawmill point's most sticking features are their fine parallel oblique flaking along the edges and "fluted" expanding stems. This point is made of Colha chert and measures 2 13/16 inches (7.2 cm) long.