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    reflecting mission bolts question

    I have several fetching jigs for standard arrow fetching but now that I have switched to Xbox I need to figure out which jig I'll be using. All the Xbox nock receivers I have and the ones I've seen are not for half moon nocks. What is everyone else using?
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    I have been fletching mine with a E-Z fletcher RH helical with out the rear nock. When done i install J nock.
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    I build my own arrows. A nock for a 22 series goldtip fits all.300 shafts. Then I use j nocks.
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    I just saw my phone auto corrected refletching.
    Will the stock nocks twist to where I need them to be or are the stock nocks glued in? What are j nocks?

    Thanks
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    Firenock makes several sizes of nocks for crossbows. The J is the firenock that works with the new model 360. They snap onto your string like a regular vert nock and you can buy them lighted or just buy the replacement nocks for no light. I like them because there is no doubt they are on the string and wont slip off.
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    Can I pull the stock mocks out of the mission arrows or are they glued in?
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    A little heat on the metal nock and they will come out. since my issues with the 400 Ihave been glueing all my nocks even though I think with the 360 you probably don't need to. I just feel better doing it. If you glue yours buy a good impact glue, like goat tuff.
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    My knocks are plastic I think they look like orange plastic.
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    Are they lumenoks? If so they should just pull out.
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    Nope I was wrong they are metal. Sorry.

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