Lighted nocks at a great price

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  1. spikerv00

    spikerv00 Newb

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    TGB Tail-Lite nocks. They are made in the USA and they are priced well and are great quality. I have been shooting them for about 6 mths now and They shoot great out of my bows. I have shot other nocks such as nockturnal, firenock and carbon express lighted nock and while they do well and the only issue i have with them is they are expensive. They can be found at www.tgbarchery.com $16.96 for 3 $28.96 for 6 and $49.99 for 12 and they can be red of green.

    Nocks most common arrows such as Carbon Express, Gold tip and Easton

    Nocks are made of Polycarbonate and feature a pressure switch that turns on when the nock is attached to the string. The nock is shut off on the side when not is use.

    There expected life is 24 to 48 hours and can be seen for hundreds of yards since they are very bright and with a weight of only 24 grains they are upwards of 50% lighter then other similar nocks.

    Nocks are molded to fit the arrow and any angle and hold the string along with a recess to stop the nock from cracking even in the coldest weather
     
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    Just ordered one to try out... those are some great prices for lighted nocks.
     
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    Got it in the mail yesterday, works Flawlessly, anyone wanting to try lighted nocks... here's your ticket. They work just like Nockturnals
     
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    ttt bump
     
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    Wow Great Price, I am getting some? If you have never Hunted with Lighted Nocks, They are Great. Shot Placement, seeeing your arrow if it passed through----->>>>, or as the Animal carries the Arrow with him as he runs away?

    Jump On and get U some....
     
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    Just ordered myself some. Hoping that they work good like everyone else said they do.
     
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    Just ordered some myself
     
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    boof Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Are they easy to turn off?
     
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    yes there is a spot on the side that turns them off without taking them off of the arrow. see tgbarchery.com and go to instructions and it can explain better.
     
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    ordered some...will let you know my take
     
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    dmen Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Got mine, shipping was quick. Thank you. Only problem i an having is they are a little loose in my beman ics hunters. I might try a littje glue on them.
     
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    If they are a little loose they may not seat straight in and that could cause some bad arrow flight. Make sure you check the flight with a BH once you are happy with the way you have secured it in the arrow.
     
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    dmen Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I will do that, they are not loose like they can wiggle, they just come off to easy. Thanks for the advice
     
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    Hey dmen, I use the same arrows and am wondering how these nocks are working for you. Debating on getting some but would love to hear ur opinion before making the order. Thx :)
     
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    I actually bought them to bring with me to Kansas on my hunting trip. I got them the day i left my house so I did not get to test them. I put them on a couple of my arrows. My first shot i missed a doe but the nock worked flawlessly. It was then when i noticed how easy they came out of the arrow. I had an arrow nocked and it was really windy out. The arrow actually became detatched from the nock while hanging on a bow hook. I decided that i will wait til i get home to use them. Once i can get them in my arrow securely i am confident they will perform as advertised.
     
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    Ok thx for the info dmen. :)
     
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    If they made these to fit H size arrows I would try some. I only hear good things about them.
     
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    Just ordered 3 greens. I am concerned how much they will affect arrow ?? I use ACC 139, 29" and 100gr heads.
     

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