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- Without a doubt the best nock I have used Review by Anthony Helsby
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I have had other brands crack often enough that I wanted a nock that was of consistent quality and looks good too. These are them. They are reasonably priced, look good and don't just crack for the heck of it.
(Posted on 1/23/14)
- A great nock Review by Anthony Helsby
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I have tried quite a number of nocks and have found these to be durable and consistent in their quality. I have used many of the other brands on this site and found that some of them would not last a FITA 144 shoot.
I'll either be sticking with these or My-nocs from now on.
(Posted on 11/10/13)
- Good nock but runs a bit small. Review by Madeline
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First off, I shoot only recurve with an 18 strand BCY 8125 string with .015" angel majesty serving. This is a rather thin string for a recurve, yet the larger groove nock fits my string best (the small works possably as well). I buy these nocks specifically because they fit a thin string, so it does not surprise me that the last reviewer had some trouble. For comparison I have used a small groove Easton pin nocks without too much trouble, but the large groove Easton, Beiter, and Gold Tip nocks fall right off my string. I'm going on my fifth pack of these, so they are definitely my favorite, but if I had a complaint about them it's that they are on the fragile side. Then again, you buy pin nocks so that your nock breaks instead of the arrow, so maybe that's them doing their job. All and all, a solid nock for small strings.
(Posted on 12/12/11)
- Does not work on short bows Review by JohnnyB
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I found that these nocks will not stay on the string at full draw as their throat is too short. If you shoot a short bow like my Z7 (30" avle to axle) these will not work for you. Get the McKinney pin nock (deepest) or the Easton G pin nock (acceptable depth).
(Posted on 10/2/11)