Burt Coyote Crossbow Lumenok Lighted Nock
This product works well if you take the time to install it correctly. You will have to sand your arrow to make this work the way it should. It should not fit to tight when you install them. you should be able to get the light to come on with your thumb pressing down on it. It took me about 30 min per arrow to install.
October 29, 2010
Just like on TV!
I put Lumenocs on my Excalibur Firebolts and this fall I shot a buck at 11 yards. I had rage 3 blade broadheads on the bolts and the shot I took was a full pass through. I watched the deer pile up about 35 yards from my stand and I was all excited about about how things worked out on this hunt. I glanced down to where the deer had stood when I shot and there it was.... my firebolt stuck in the ground and the Lumenoc lit up in brilliant red! No searching for the arrow...instead I just climbed down and headed to "the light". Great product.
December 4, 2009
If these are properly installed, they work great. For the people who said they did not light up, take a small round file and hollow out the nock end of the arrow or bolt. be careful and not take too much. If you do, they will come out of the arrow upon launch. file a little and check the fit. It should fit snug. When the arrow is nocked, you should be able to activate it with a little pressure. Twist and pull a little to deactivate the light. A little patience goes a long way.
October 1, 2009
I bought one for my crossbow bolt cause I shoot "Rage broadheads" and "Gold Tip Laser 2" crossbow bolts. This combo makes one broadhead/arrow worth at least $20 a shot so I wanted to try the Lumenock. They work awsome. I gave it 4 stars only cause they are snug to back out a bit but other wise performed flawlessly. If not for this nock I would have lost a Broadhead and and carbon arrow, one afternoon hunt for deer last fall. Worth the money thats for sure. I am impressed by them thats for sure. Can't wait till spring so I can use them Turkey hunting.
January 19, 2009