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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    belton texas

    nock point

    is there a general rule of thumb on placement of nock. ie. even, 1/8 high etc. does it change with the draw wieght of bow? currently shoot 48# 28" off of shelf

    Yes I am a "Control Freak" staff shooter
    Hoyt Pro Elite for field and 600 & 900 Victory arrows
    Archery Reseach for 3-D Victory arrows
    Hoyt Trycon and easton FMJ for hunting
    Savage Z2 Takedown recurve 28" 48# Easton arrows

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    No matter what I shoot, split-finger, three under, shelf, or elevated rest, I always seem to come out at 1/8" above based on arrow tune.

  3. #3
    I start even and just keep playing until I get the best possible arrow flight, which usually seems to be around 1/8" high.

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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    northern, Wisconsin
    everyone is a little different - start high and tune until you find the sweet spot - and a double nock point is a good idea as well - especially if you shoot three fingers under.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Off the shelf, start at 1/2" above square.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Granola CA What ain't fruits and nuts is flakes
    Or better yet, read this and learn how to tune your bow so you aren't dependent upon others to take wild guesses for you.
    Archery,... so easy a caveman can do it.

    Don't believe everything you think.

  7. #7
    My nock sets on both of my two recurves are set at 5/8". I shoot split finger, one over, two under.
    Blacktail TD Recurve: 66", 42# @ 30". BS: 12StrDyna97. BrcHt: 7 1/2". Arrow: 32", 2212. PW: 75 Grains. AW: 421 Grains. SPD: 185 fps. GPP: 10.02
    Blacktail TD Recurve: 66", 37# @ 30". BS: 12StrDyna97. BrcHt: 7 5/8". Arrow: 32", 2212. PW: 75 Grains. AW: 421 Grains. SPD: 174 fps. GPP: 11.37

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