4” length with butted side seam conical socket and broad tapered point of flesh cutting form and section. This example distinguished by a distinct shallow recurved kink to the point, obviously from use. In itself, not unusual, here occurring with no attendant blunting of the tip. Thus, the distortion occurred when the arrow flexed while the tip of the point was engaged with matter, tissue or cartilage, dense enough to hold it through the flexure. That condition occurs when an arrow penetrates between ribs which are shallow enough in the torso to allow for flexure and the tissue dense enough to hold the tip while bending. The section of the point thinner than used for hunting and the form as well precludes that use. It can safely be concluded that this arrow was recovered from the remains of its human victim.