Yes, I totally agree with that. In my example, it WOULD be a point because there is some point along that portion of it that it is longer than it is wide. I have just been trying to point out the fallacy in Patsfan54's posts where he appears to indicate that if it there is any point along it's length that it is wider than it is long, then it is not a point.
If there is any spot along the projection that is wider than the projection is long then it is not a point or tine because that would make it wider than it is long, measured of course 1 inch or more from the tip. You can't measure a singular spot of your choosing and decide at that singular spot the projection is longer than it is wide, you measure the widest spot and the length and the largest number wins. If the width is greatest then it's not a point or tine, if length is the greatest number then it is a point or tine.