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    Senior Member BowTechArch's Avatar
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    Default I switched to Tracer Nocks.....

    After about a 1 in 3 failure rate on the Lumenoks......I went with the Tracer nock system.

    The magnet seems to be very reliable.

    I tried the homemade thill {sp?} = not reliable.

    So now my arrows have a total weight of 402 grains!!!!!!!!!!

    Any other Tracer users out there?

    2008 82nd Airborne Realtree H/D Green, I shot the 101st first...and then the 82nd second...went with the 82nd FIRST....
    #65.16 @27.5", 26" 362 gr. Easton Nano 500, GrizzTricks, FOB = 320 fps, 82.33 ft./lbs. K.E., G5 Expert II
    2007 Commander Mossy Oak OBS #68.00 @??.?", 26" 383 gr. C/X Aramid 250, FOB = ??? fps

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    And thats no lie ! poorman's Avatar
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    I just bought some lumenoks for this year. What kind of failure are you seeing? You have me worried.
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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    Senior Member thehairlessone!'s Avatar
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    They have always worked great for me. Let us know how the tracers work

    No catchy signature here.....

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