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T.R.U. Ball T.R.U. Nok with Peep Aligner

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  • SKU: 540005

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Peep aligning crossbar maintains perfect loop position behind arrow every time. The T.R.U. Ball® T.R.U. Nok with Peep Aligner eliminates nock pinch and bowstring wear, and stops arrow from falling off string at full draw. Fast, easy tuning and installation; 2-piece machined-aluminum construction.  Made to attach to the bracket on the OR-12 side planer or OR-31 Side planer SST.

  • Maintains perfect loop position
  • Eliminates nock pinch and bowstring wear
  • Fast, easy tuning and installation
T.R.U. Ball® T.R.U. Nok with Peep Aligner 3.2 5 17 17
Horrible! i had this product installed on my last bow. when shooting i could never keep my bow sighted in. my point of impact kept changing up and down. turns out that this nock/loop kept sliding up and down on my string when at full draw. no matter how tight i got the screws, it would not stay in place. best thing i did was to throw this in the garbage and go to a basic string D-Loop. January 2, 2012
hard on equip Bought this product as an upgrade to the string loop only to find out it cost me more money after installing the loop could never keep tight and after about 2nd outing with product it cut through my serving and so had to replace the serving on my bow and just went back to string loop much happier now January 28, 2011
Great Product I like this much better than the string assembly, I can keep the peep sight lined up easier. October 18, 2010
Works fine I like the solid feel in my release. This does help to align the peep. I would suggest changing the screws to alan head. The Philips head sockets are easily stripped. Because the thing is so smajl it is difficlut to keep square with the screw driver when tightening. This causes the screw driver to slip. It is very important to keep the screws tight as the shock and vibration of bowstring can cause the nock to turn, especially since the bowstring is waxed. It is difficult to get tight enough. October 13, 2010

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