One of the most interesting features of this Clovis point are the scratches in the hafting area. These surface abrasions were apparently used to help secure the point to the material it was hafted to. It's not uncommon to see basal scratches on other Obsidian Clovis points. This point is also reported to have retained some of the original amber residue in the scratches that would have acted like glue to hold it securely in place. Another interesting feature of this point are its rounded basal ears that are similar to the Colby Clovis points from the Colby mammoth kill site in north central Wyoming. This Clovis point is made of black opaque Obsidian and measures 4 3/8 inches (11 cm) long.