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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-08-2017, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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lighted nocks for Excalibur bolts???

For the 20" bolts for Matrix 405, can these be done by myself? Or do I just buy the bolts with them in? It seems pricey with them doing it for me. Also, what nock would you go with? Thanks for your help....
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-08-2017, 08:31 PM
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i use the ignitor nocks by best for remove metal flat nock i insert a field tip..heat the tip til i can remove the nock...sand it lightly and insert ne nock with some fletchtite...becareful not to crack the carbon arrow

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It is quite easy to do it yourself. As mentioned, if your flat nocks have threads, screw in a field tip and heat it till the glue melts enough to allow the nock to come out. Get some acetone and clean out the inside of the shaft. Insert the lighted nock of your choice making sure you have the current ID of your shaft.

I prefer Lumenoks, Nock Outs, and Firenocks(very expensive). Nufletch Ignitors are pretty good as well.

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I like NuFletch. I started using them due to having trouble with lumenoks.
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