Let’s try it again. Anybody know what is?

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  1. JR PORTER

    JR PORTER 10 pointer

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    C1E139D7-DD92-4557-A472-BE0DB8342E6D.jpeg C888EA5A-EF79-4282-AEEA-D07B06A5433A.jpeg CEDBCFE3-01AE-4D29-BC78-D8D0A5DCA278.jpeg Few days ago I have some salt blocks to put out by my tree stand. Took the rhino back on the ridge to the low gap where my tree stand it. About 100 yards from my stand the road was blocked by a big oak that had blown down during a wind storm. I had to carry the salt blocks to the stand. On my way back to the rhino I found this lying in the trail. Is it an Indian artifact? Tomahawk or hide scraper maybe?
     
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  2. Dark Cloud

    Dark Cloud 12 pointer

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    Looks like some kind of ax to me
     
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  3. Feedman

    Feedman Cyber-Hunter

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  4. ribsplitter

    ribsplitter Cyber-Hunter

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    Looks like a tomahawk to me. I have one similar that I found years ago
     
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  5. Capttrae

    Capttrae 12 pointer

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    One of my moms friend had one very similar, archeologists said it was a type of plow or hoe
     
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  6. bstickin1

    bstickin1 8 pointer

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    Yes, it's an Indian artifact. It's called a celt. Was used as a hoe and from cutting wood to wacking heads. Multipurpose tool.
     

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