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anyone use them on there bolts? Do they effect the flight much?which ones do you like?
 

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My bud uses them shoots the same he loves them. we were trackin shot deer and let bows at his stand jammed arrow into ground knock lit up and comein back could see light and headed to it.Worked out nice...later
 

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Found on u-tube couple yrs ago not sure if i can put the link on here ?? some guy shows you how to make your own would be pretty cool to have them for the xbow oh
 

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I don't use them but I see the big advantage in helping to find the arrow after the shot or filming hunts.

If using a scoped crossbow, watch your follow through and don't try to peek to see where the lighted nock is flying. I found myself doing that when I shot a few on my buddies bow. My shooting suffered because I wanted to see the arrow instead of concentrating on the shot.
 

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Yea they are cool. Especially if your filming a hunt. My son shot a few deer with them last year. He said it's kind of startling when you shoot if your not used to them lighting at the release. He said that in the woods they are really bright....
 

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I shouldn't have said the tracers are better than lumenoks everyone has their own oppinion. I have never had a tracer not work and passing it over a magnet seems easier than worrying about pulling on the nock letting the pressure of the little tabs to turn off the light on the lumenock.
 

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Yes, Laser Eye is very similar to the Lumenoks.
I have nothing against the Easton Tracer nocks and have used them. I personally don't like the magnets, as I was always afraid I would lose the magnet. They are all good and everyone has thier own personal preference.
 
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