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anyone use these? are they pretty bright and easy to see in daylight.

anway i just bought a set. i especially like the fact that they have replaceable batteries. just haven't tried them since i don't have my bow yet :(

oh well, just wondering if anyone has any thoughts on these.
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They only identify the route to the target, and help to locate the arrow. They could be useful for identifying the arrows tracking after release should it be fishing side to side.
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yeah i saw some youtube videos of people shooting lighted nocks and i thought they look pretty cool
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as long as the weight of the batteries don't cause the weight of the arrow to sh*t back to far, you should be fine using them.  You want the weight forward on the arrow for best flight.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

as long as the weight of the batteries don't cause the weight of the arrow to sh*t back to far, you should be fine using them.  You want the weight forward on the arrow for best flight.


yeah those nocks are 27 grains. im using a 50 grain insert + 100 grain broadhead up front, so i'm hoping i'll be ok.
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