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Don't get what none is??
Turbonock Stealth or Vortex fit FMJs?
Hello, I just discovered your products online, and I must say I am very intrigued. I currently shoot FOB's and I really like them, but I also really like the technology behind Turbonocks. Plus I am always looking for more cost-efficient quality equipment, and Turbonocks are much cheaper than FOB's. I do have a couple questions though.
1. Is there a size of Turbonock that will fit Easton Bloodline arrows? They are small diameter arrows, but are a different sized nock than the Axis arrows. I had to modify the Axis size FOB's to get them to work with my Bloodlines.
2. How easy is it to take Turbonocks out and replace them if they are damaged from tight groups? I regularly damage my FOB's because of tight groups.
Talked to you at the Bowhunting show? Hope I answered all your questions.
Yes you did! I will definitely be trying out one of your products hopefully this year. Thanks!
Ok, I just bought some Easton Aluminum XX75 2219 arrows, and want to buy some Turbonocks for them. I'd like to get the Stealth in green. Will they fit this arrow? I don't know much about the arrows other than they were dirt cheap, and I like heavy arrows. Also, will these work with an Octane Hi-Jack XL rest, or should I get a Whisker Biscuit? Thanks in advance!! Feel free to PM me.
I'm thinking the stealth nocks are going to work with my Easton XX75 2219's. I want to order 2 dozen of the Stealth in Green. Do you accept PayPal? Thanks in advance!
Wow... Am I the only one around here who can't get a reply or any info...?
That is an old Easton arrow with a swedge end. That uses and old nock style that actually glues over that tapered end.I took off the factory nock to get a closer look at this. I'm new to Easton arrows, and aluminum arrows. I've never seen anything like this... Do you know what it's called? Will this work with any of your TurboNocks?? Thanks in advance!
Sometimes you still find these in big box stores and usually cheap.
If you wanted to use the turbonock with that you would have to cut that swedge (cone) off the shaft and purchase the proper Easton uniushing to glue in the end. You can determine the unibushing by the numbers on the shaft. Like 2113 or 2213 whatever.
I think Lancaster Archery and Kinseys Archery carry the unbushngs.
Thank you for the reply! Sorry about my last post... Bad day!
Anyhow, I just went ahead and bought a dozen Easton Aftermath Carbon (.233 ID) arrows, on sale at MC Sports!
I JUST placed an order on your website for a dozen green Stealth TurboNocks!
Can't wait to get them in, and try 'em out!!