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Burt Coyote Lumenok GT Lighted Nock for Gold Tip Arrows

   

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Never lose an arrow again! Replace your original internal mount nocks with Burt Coyote Lumenok™s. Lights up automatically when seated against a carbon or aluminum arrow shaft. Stays lit for up to 40 hours. No magnets, no glue, no switches or moving parts. Light can be disengaged by backing nock out of arrow shaft.

Burt Coyote Lumenok GT Lighted Nock for Gold Tip Arrows 4.1 5 36 36
lights on its own I recently purchased 2 of these lumanocks. After shooting with them in my backyard, I am very impresed with them. However after putting my equipment away for the night and returning to it the following morning, I found that one of the two was lit all on its own in my quiver in my bow case. I love the way they perform, but am concerned about battery life and possibly scaring deer if they just light up on there own. Overall I am very impressed with this item and am looking forward to using them on my evening deer hunts this season. August 26, 2007
Awesome I have shot several deer with the lumenok and have never been disappointed. I can remember one buck that i shot at vary low light and used the light from the nock as a marker from which to start the tracking. It was a weak blood trail and had to retrace my steps several times. The arrow sticking straight up in the ground with the nock lit up made a great marker. I have also filmed a shot on a doe that without the lumenok i would not have been able to see the arrow flight on film. Great product. The only thing to remember is that it weighs more than a standard nock. Practice prior to hunting with it. It will make the most difference out to 30+yards. good luck and good hunting. August 8, 2009
not so good i got these last year and thought if i spent a little bit more mone then i would save money if i had an off shot. so i got 3. shooting at the target they would sometimes work. so i got on there website and they were telling me that the 2 wires were not getting a good connection witht he arrow. so i had to do a little modification by bending the wires.... did that and went hunting. shot a doe at 40 yards in low light and never saw the nock light up, looked for the arrow for for that night and had to come back next morning to get it. i will be switching to the easton tracer nocks. they work every time June 14, 2010
Not all arrows are created equal These nocks work awesome. I have used them many times, and they have been shot over and over again with absolute consistency. People that give these nocks a bad review don't understand the concept of how they create the connection. If your arrows are sub par or have low traces of carbon than these will have issues. If you buy these go to there website and watch the videos of how to ensure a proper connection, but i shoot these on the carbon maxx 2's and they are brighter than any nock i've ever used. September 25, 2010
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don't waste your time or money only 1 of three would light for me. I bought nockturnal for my carbon fury arrows and they are much brighter and light every time. only draw back is batteries are not replaceable, but they are cheaper and should last several seasons.
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Yes, but those arrows have low carbon amounts and the connection will not be stable.
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Go to an archery shop and get your draw length measured. Your bow needs to be set to your draw length as well. I measure my draw length on the bow I will be hunting with after I have set the draw length on it. I have a 29" draw length on my PSE but I measured and cut my shafts to 28.5" because the rest I use allowed me to shorten my shafts by .5". As for cutting them I would have a shop do it with an arrow cutter when you check your draw length. Carbon arrows can splinter if the blade is to course or to slow and an arrow saw will insure a square cut to the shaft. Precision, Precision, Precision! Most places will cut the shafts for no charge at the time of purchase and install the correct inserts for no charge.
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Just twist and light will go out .
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To turn off pull the nock out from the end of the arrow just past the two metal prongs on the lumenok. Contact between the two prongs and the arrow complete the circuit to allow the light to work. The only draw back to these is that you cannot replace the batteries. I have a few that the battery is dead and those are the ones i use to practice with.
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Red or Orange if available.
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Red, because they are way brighter in the woods.
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I can't find any that have the slot for the string, and with the bigger shank to fit the crossbow bolts. Do you make such a thing?
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Burt Coyote makes a lumenok for crossbows
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check out the one here at bass pro shop luminock cross bow knocks.
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