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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-23-2016, 05:58 PM Thread Starter
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Lighted nocks

I'm looking for lighted nocks. Anyone know of any that will fit carbon express pile driver bolts.Was looking at the ten points with lighted nocks if I can't find any to fit my current bolts. Any other worth looking into? Shooting a wicked ridge warrior. Thanks for any help.

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Re: Lighted nocks

Lumenok, Nockturnal, Carbon Express and Firenock all make lighted nocks for Pile Drivers at .284 ID. Only issue is that new Wicked Ridge waaranty specifies Omni Nocks. All of the above lighted nocks are moon style.

With that said, you can safely shoot a moon style, if you index correctly, in WR and TenPoint bows. But, you may have a warranty issue if anything happens.

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Re: Lighted nocks

Thanks dpms I have been shooting flat nocks since I got it. It recommends omni knocks but I looked at the ten point carbons with the lighted omni and gander wants 64 bucks for 3.

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Re: Lighted nocks

I am not a huge fan of the lighted Omni Nocks or the CE Launchpads. Firenocks are the best but they are expensive and require major assembly. Lumenoks are very bright and simple to use.

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