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    String builder/ Super Moderator Hutch~n~Son Archery's Avatar
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    Nice to be able to save some bucks a do it yourself. Great job!

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    Nice nocks Stephane!
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    Looking at those lighted nocks looks like it is time for me to have arrow splitter make some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    that looks real nice, sure lights up.
    Now I gather by the pictures it is the come on after the shot type. green cut of nock holds it in place while red ( is that been sanded) turns it on/off.
    or is the green just to help hold it in place... whats it group like with non lighted arrows.. just curious here. I could not hunt with that but sure would be fun to play with.
    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Guy came to the shop and was using these. Said they cost about $4.00. I turned off the indoor range lights and watched. The nock came on at the shot, before the arrow left the bow.

    Not sure how the they work - the light is a plunger? The green thingy?

    I know we had Lume Nocks and those ones with the magnet - just hanging on the wall, year old, every battery is dead.

    The green part is the fixed part inside the arrow. The red/orange part slides in and lights up. To turn it off, just pull the nock out. I tried the 2 I made. One works flawlessly, better the the twice the price Lumenock. The other stopped working because I didn't glue it properly.

    As for the grouping, I shot at 50 yards today. My best group since I started shooting at that range. Having said that, I will use them for duck, goose and grouse hunting. I already lost many arrows hunting these guys. Now, I'll see where they are.

    Thank Hutch for the tip on how to make them.

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    Did a search and found them at www.fishermanswarehouse.com for $2.99 in yellow, green, and red.

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    see that just shows how good a picture you posted and I Pay attention lol
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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