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nock

1. a notch on an arrow that fits on the bowstring
2. either of the grooves at each end of a bow that hold the bowstring
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An illuminated nock also makes it easier to retrieve the arrow in low light, whether it passed through the target, fell out along the escape path or completely missed the animal.
50 metres," Nock remembers "To me, that was already high.
It comes with preinstalled red H Nocks and HP inserts, and like the Bowfire, +/- 0.
The nock must separate from the string serving evenly with each shot, and the arrows must be harmonically matched.
Today an original Nock can bring well into the mid-five figures on the auction block.
The planning committee's decision was a massive boost to the Nocks Brickworks Resident Action Group which has been campaigning against Persimmon's proposed 200-house development.
It was also a reminder that practice shooting with lighted nocks is a great idea, even if you live in a state where hunting with them is illegal.
To round out your home shop, you'll need a handful of hand tools: Bow square, nock crimper, string splitter, Allen wrenches, string server and small torch.
The advantage to dipping or using a cap wrap on the nock end of your arrow, besides aesthetics, is that it will help your feathers adhere to your shaft.
Each Aftermath features an ultra-smooth finish, Easton RPS Inserts, and orange H Nocks.
Compound shooters (at least those using drop-away rests) have the luxury of being able to twist their nocks a full 360 degrees to fine-tune arrow flight and spine.