· (aka lug nut)
Everybody usually wants to know how to get a few more fpsI just put on a new set of strings and was getting ready to set my nocking point. When I attached the arrow the nock "freely" slides up and down the serving. It seems way to loose. Is this normal or should they fit tight?
of arrow speed.
Click that link for Deezlin's picture thread
about how to use serving thread to tie
adjustable nocking points.
The tied nocking point below
and the tied nocking point above
which means you can spin them
and the tied nocking point will spin up the center serving
spin down the center serving.
You want a gap of about 1/32nd inch
between the arrow nock and the top tied nocking point.
You want the nock groove to easily slide up and down
the center serving,
and you want the ears of the nock to hold up the weight of the arrow,
while you hold the bow so the bowstring is horizontal.
If the ears can hold up the weight of the arrow,
then that's all you need.