This Sawmill point was illustrated in Kelly's 1993 report. It was found on the Lowe Ranch in northern Belize. This point exhibits all the distinguishing traits of a Sawmill point. The base is corner notched with an expanding stem that is ground and thinned. The edges are also resharpened with parallel oblique flaking that are long enough to leave only slightly beveled edges. This point is made of Colha chert and it measures 3 3/16 inches (8.1 cm) long.