This is a "classic" example of a very large Etley point. It has an expanding stem that was formed by corner notching. Because of its narrow width there are only small barbs at the shoulders. The blade edges are slightly recurved and the point is sharp. This Etley point was made from a fairly course piece of Burlington chert and it measures 9 inches (22.8 cm) long and 9/16 inch (1.4 cm) wide.