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    Default What are pin-nocks?

    guess i'm behind on stuff....are they an advantage over regular nocks.I shoot xx78 2512's w/uni-bushings/easton nocks.can someone post a pic.Thanks.
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    I never used them, so I can't tell you anything about them: but here's some pictures...

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    What are pin-nocks? - General Archery Forum
    and this is what they look like What are pin-nocks? - General Archery Forum

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    Thanks guys.
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    they give super fat (& often fragile)shafts the most protection from near robin hood strikes. They typically weigh a few more grain than a uni bushing and that type nock.

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    Wow, you guys were all over that one...

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    They don't work so well for me for robinhoods. The very first time I used them I ended up getting a r/h at 50 yards

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    Smile pin nocks

    I have one pin adapter that has 9 marks on it where other arrows have hit it without tubing it. They do save carbon shafts from robinhoods.
    Standard size bushings and nocks weigh about the same as push in nocks. Larger sizes such as GT series 22 and X cutters will weigh a little more than standard nocks.

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