What are clovis points used for?

The Clovis Culture is a prehistoric Native American culture that first appears about 13,500 years ago. The Clovis people are known as Paleo-Indians. They were skilled hunters of huge animals, especially ice age mammouths. The points of their weapons were made from fine grain rock that came from widely separated outcrops which they fashioned into fluted projectile points. Length between 1.5 and 5 inches long and they were mounted in wooden shafts