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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-18-2012, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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question about luminocks

if i add luminocks to my bolts would i need to re sight my cross bow?
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Re: question about luminocks

In most setups it will not change the point of impact at all. You should check it to make sure. Lumenoks are great!!! I wouldn't want to deer hunt without them.

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I never saw enough POI change to matter. At least within accepted archery ranges.

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Re: question about luminocks

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if i add luminocks to my bolts would i need to re sight my cross bow?
Mark the shaft before you pull the old nock out, but the lumenok in the same place...you are good. Shoot a few times to confirm, but mine was dead on before and after.

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RB, was that the Tornado? Looked really fast!

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cool , thanks for the info
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Re: question about luminocks

I had to re site the excalibut only by about it was 1 1/2" low

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Myin were dead on....
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RB, was that the Tornado? Looked really fast!
Yessir...that was little Joe on the trigger. Opener last year,made me jump and i hit the off button on the vid camera...LOL ain't much of a camera man.




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Re: question about luminocks

Lumenocks didn't make your Excal shoot 1 1/2 inches low.The Lumenocks don't add enough weight.

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