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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-06-2012, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Lighted Crossbow nocks

Any recommendations on lighted nocks for my Parker crossbow?
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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

I like the Lumenoks.

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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

Shooting Lumenoks here as well. I also recommend Firenocks but they are a bit more cash.

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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

I anyone producing a lighted nock to match the new Parker capture nock? I'd like to buy lighted nocks but would rather stay with a capture style and I can't seem to find one.
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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

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Any recommendations on lighted nocks for my Parker crossbow?
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I like Lumenoks too...




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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

carbon express has the lazereye lighted nock,however it's not a capture nock just a v-nock,but you can buy them at walmart for $9.00 a piece

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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

nockturnal now makes a 'capture nock' style lighted nock.....they are the only ones as far as I know
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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

I'm using the blue ones from carbon xpress, work great
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Re: Lighted Crossbow nocks

You have to use the Laser Eye from carbon express. Parker arrows are mostly fiberglass and the Lumenok won't work because there isn't enough carbon in the arrow to complete the electrical circut.
Firenocks would work as well. They use a gravity switch rather than an electrical switch.

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