These seven Andice points were made by Carey Weber
and they represent some of his best examples. They
were all made from Texas cherts. The deep narrow
basal notches were done with indirect percussion flaking
using an antler flat punch and a hammer made of wood.
The longest point in this picture measures 4 5/8 inches
(11.7 cm) long and 2 3/16 inches (5.5 cm) wide. The
deepest notches measure 1 1/8 inches (2.8 cm) deep.