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    Okay, I was reading on another forum how awesome the Nocturnal lighted nocks where and I sice I have never messed with my arrows before how do you take off the old nock? I am assuming it is glued in or something.

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    Depending on what arrow and nock you are using, but most just push on/pull off.
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    Nice, it is good to hear that they may be just pressed on. Does anyone here use Nockturnal nocks? I looked on their website to check and see if the ID of the arrow makes a difference but they have no real information on the website on what nocks fit what arrows or min I.D. of the arrow to fit the nock. I have Easton Carbon Storms and was trying to find out if the one that fits most arrows will fit mine. I like to do a little research when I am paying that much for a nock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharxfan View Post
    Nice, it is good to hear that they may be just pressed on. Does anyone here use Nockturnal nocks? I looked on their website to check and see if the ID of the arrow makes a difference but they have no real information on the website on what nocks fit what arrows or min I.D. of the arrow to fit the nock. I have Easton Carbon Storms and was trying to find out if the one that fits most arrows will fit mine. I like to do a little research when I am paying that much for a nock.


    I use nockturnal nocks... I LOVE THEM never had one fail, and have TONS of battery life. I installed mine on Carbon Express Mayhem arrows, and all I did was pull the old nock off, and press in the nockturnals... THAT'S IT! I like how they use a regular button to activate the light, rather than motion, or using the aluminum arrow as a conductor... I have never had one shut off hitting a target, or anything... they work awesome... and they are great for the price too. I can get them for $15 locally for 2... which is 25% cheaper than Lumenoks....
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    The nockturnal nocks are awesome. I just bought some the other day. Easy prep, just pull your old nock and push in the nockturnal. There is a little hole on one side of the nock that use to turn them off. All you need to turn them of is one of your other arrow heads. Great product!

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    Don't they automatically come on when you shoot them or do you have to do it manually? I thought the switch was just to turn them off?

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