This picture shows both sides of two points made by Marvin McCormick. They illustrate Marvin's skill at pressure flaking and the fact that he wasn't only making fluted points. The point on the left is especially nice with parallel oblique flaking. Charley Shewey describes Marvin McCormick's technique at removing pressure flakes by using an upward motion rather than the commonly used downward pressure technique. Both of these points still have their old $1.25 and $1.60 price tags on them. Both of these points are made of Alibates and the longer point measures 2 1/4 inches (5.7 cm) long.