You can get them at walmart around here. Be careful and look at them, some you have to twist to come on, you want the ones that you push to cut on and pull to turn off. You will find them in the fishing floats. They are for a lighted fishing bobber.Mathewsfan said:Where do you get the Thill lights for this project?
i tried this same thing. i figured yall might like some pictures. this is one of the ones that i made. i used beiter 19/2 hunter nocks. i didn't have to drill the nock at all. the easton nocks would have to be drilled. i've heard that the gold tip nocks don't have to be drilled, but i've never tried them. with the beiter nock being semi-clear, it's brighter than the old luminocks (the orange ones that aren't clear)...and are around the same brightness as the current luminocks. anyway...here are the pics. once you do one, they are REALLY easy. if anybody has any questions, fell free to ask...mt1961 said:Here's you a link to look at. I take a small piece of wooden dowel and push it in the shaft with the thill light inserted in the nock and turned on; then pull the nock and light out and put 2 drops of super glue in the end of the shaft and let it dry. After the glue dries, insert your nock and light into the shaft leaving a 3/32 gap before nock is bottomed out. When you shoot it will press against the dowel and turn the light on.
i got this idea off this web page, I give all the credit to him