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I am thinking about getting some Lumenocks for my Black Max arrows.I was wondering what size to order.Also I know these are a few grains heavier than a std nock.Do you guys practice with std nocks and just switch to lumenocks for hunting?Does the weight difference effect your accuracy?If it does effect accuracy...what do you do to compensate?
 

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Burt Coyote only makes two sizes of Lumenoks-one for the standard Super Nock and one for the "X" nock. You will need the X nock size. I practice with mine-don't want any surprises come hunting season.
 

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I think the lumenok is 22 grains and a std nock is about 5 grains.If this is right 17 grains is not a whole lot of weight,but I was concerned about it being on the back end of the arrow and effecting accuracy.
 

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BBBUCKHORN said:
I saw where the Lumenock for the x nock is only 16 grains.This should make the difference even less noticable.
I weighed the Lumenok and weighed my X nock and it was like 16 or 18 grains difference. I am shooting them with my rig and I havent had to change anything for using them.
 
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