More Turn to Hobby of Forming Flint Points

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NPR's John Burnett visits with a master knapper outside of Austin, Texas. Flint knapping is the ancient art of pounding on rocks to make arrowheads and spearpoints. It's a hobby with a growing number of enthusiasts.



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