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    Default Lumenoks or Firenocks??

    What's your opinion, they will be used for hunting. I believe the firenocks are about $20 more. Which ones would you use and why?
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    neither? Get blaze orange nocks. feltch it with blaze orange and but a blaze orange arrow wrap. total cost will be under 3.00 / arrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    neither? Get blaze orange nocks. feltch it with blaze orange and but a blaze orange arrow wrap. total cost will be under 3.00 / arrow

    I second the blaze orange wraps part of that.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmorgan31 View Post
    I second the blaze orange wraps part of that.....
    You would'nt happen to know where a guy could buy some do ya???


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    You would'nt happen to know where a guy could buy some do ya???
    I think our resident wrap maker could probably arrange something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    I think our resident wrap maker could probably arrange something...
    I don't know I've heard great things about that Pathfinder Wrap guy.


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    alright, but between the two, which one would you chose?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clover & Oats View Post
    alright, but between the two, which one would you chose?
    Lumenoks for me.


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    none of the above.....if i used those I would never have to buy new arrows, and it would kill me not to have to buy new arrows......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    neither? Get blaze orange nocks. feltch it with blaze orange and but a blaze orange arrow wrap. total cost will be under 3.00 / arrow
    I tried blaze orange & nock combo's,& solid white & neon-green nock's
    I can pick up the white & neon green better becouse of the folige in the fall has orange & red in it & white dosnt fit,so i can really see it going into a brown deer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    neither? Get blaze orange nocks. feltch it with blaze orange and but a blaze orange arrow wrap. total cost will be under 3.00 / arrow
    I prefer white wraps with all white fletchings for hunting. This way I can get a good look at the blood and make sure I know where the animal was hit. but with the new rages all the deer went down within seeing distance from my stand. Not much need for tracking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clover & Oats View Post
    I prefer white wraps with all white fletchings for hunting. This way I can get a good look at the blood and make sure I know where the animal was hit. but with the new rages all the deer went down within seeing distance from my stand. Not much need for tracking.
    whats the fun in that???
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    whats the fun in that???
    It is sooooo much fun watching them go down. If I can see them go down then I stay in the tree and keep on hunting. I've pulled two doubles the past two years.

    Lumenoks or firenocks????

    Or does it really matter which one??
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    They're both expensive and pretty heavy as well
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    firenocks are only 26 or 29 gr thats not to much might help with some flight issues if you are using ultra light arrows i wouldnt suggest them but for normal hunting conditions i think they are great. with firenock and 125 gr field tip my arrow still only weighs 380 gr actually solved some of my flight issues i had with the bow flexing because the tip was so heavy compared to bare weight of my arrow but that is only my opinion find someone that has a set and see if you can maybe try one for a few shots then try luminocks i bet the only diffrence you will notice is firenock alot easier to turn off (due the magnet) and that the are so much brighter have fun shootin
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    Default Firenock and Lightning nock v2.0s

    Firenock and Lighting nock v2.0s only add 10grain and 12.6 grain to your arrow respectively. they should be out soon.

    FYI, LIGHTNING NOCK is only 29.95 for a 3 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firenock View Post
    Firenock and Lighting nock v2.0s only add 10grain and 12.6 grain to your arrow respectively. they should be out soon.

    FYI, LIGHTNING NOCK is only 29.95 for a 3 pack.
    Are you a rep for this company, I see your username is Firenock. I is smart.

    If so how about sending us some to try out and let us give a review of them. I'll be the first to ask for a trial pack.
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    Default Operating Manager of Firenock

    I am the inventor of Firenock, LLC. Right now all products are not out except Firenock v1.2, Brackets for Whisker Biscuit, and Brackets for Trophy Taker rest. I am more than willing to let you do a review when the products are out, that should be very soon.

    Please note that the
    Firenock v2.0s is for standard carbon arrow and aluminum arrow with Uni-bushing
    Firenock v2.0a is for Axis arrow
    Lightning Nock v2.0s is for standard carbon arrow and aluminum arrow with Uni-bushing
    Lightning Nock v2.0c is for standard carbon crossbow bolts

    For starters, please review the reviews and technical specifications so you get a better idea what make Firenock and Lightning Nock so special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firenock View Post
    I am the inventor of Firenock, LLC. Right now all products are not out except Firenock v1.2, Brackets for Whisker Biscuit, and Brackets for Trophy Taker rest. I am more than willing to let you do a review when the products are out, that should be very soon.

    Please note that the
    Firenock v2.0s is for standard carbon arrow and aluminum arrow with Uni-bushing
    Firenock v2.0a is for Axis arrow
    Lightning Nock v2.0s is for standard carbon arrow and aluminum arrow with Uni-bushing
    Lightning Nock v2.0c is for standard carbon crossbow bolts

    For starters, please review the reviews and technical specifications so you get a better idea what make Firenock and Lightning Nock so special.
    and where might we find the reveiws
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    Default The review are...

    Go to firenock.com and look under Documents links. For technical detail, they are under "Comparison Chart" link.

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