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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-14-2015, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Lighted nocks

Looking for recommendations on lighted nocks. I have a CAMx bow using their accuspine arrows. I was told the inside diameter is .300.

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Re: Lighted nocks

Lumenoks and Clean Shot Nock Outs. Firenocks if you don't mind high tech and expensive.

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Lumenoks are the best..I've used them for years!
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Re: Lighted nocks

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Lumenoks are the best..I've used them for years!
I know of them, had some in a compound bow, never could get them to work right. The Clean Shots look reasonable, Firenocks may be the best but very expensive.

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Re: Lighted nocks

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The Clean Shots look reasonable, Firenocks may be the best but very expensive.
The Clean Shot Nock Outs are very nice nocks. Easy to turn off. Only down side is the batteries cannot be replaced and they are not as bright as the Lumenok and Firenock.

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Re: Lighted nocks

Lumenoks. Watch the videos on their website and learn how to install and maintain them and they are trouble free and work quite well.

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Look at nufletch. You will be glad you did I gave all my lumenoks away.
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Re: Lighted nocks

Had the firenocks they worked well but turned on when you bumped them...I think they are overthought. Bought some ten point omni brites last year and they work really well I will be using them again this year. But...after checking out those nock outs I might try them out...thanks dpms for costing me 30 dollars
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Re: Lighted nocks

I bought a set of 3 lumenarrows for hunting. they are the same weight and fly the same as my other arrows.
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Re: Lighted nocks

also, you can check out the thread entitled "Lighted nock shootout" that was started on Apr.21.
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