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Old 01-14-2008, 06:18 AM
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Then I may have to try them. I rememebr back on hunting.net we talked about making your own, has anybody tried that?
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Old 01-14-2008, 06:24 AM
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Then I may have to try them. I rememebr back on hunting.net we talked about making your own, has anybody tried that?

No I never tried that yet. Wouldnt mind doing it for the heck of it. Its alot easier to go buy them I guess.
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Old 01-14-2008, 07:54 AM
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Not sure nothing is easier then going to buy it. It's the price of them that make me nuts lol
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As soon as i can get my hands on some green LUMENOCKS I will get some!!!!!!
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Old 01-18-2008, 03:08 AM
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I had the same problem with the lumenoks..Out past 35 yards they would start diving low right..I tried 3 different packs and every one did it..This was with Blazer Vanes..Last fall I used lumenoks with no problems out to 65 yards but was using a Easton 4 inch fletch..Sounds dumb that would matter, but it did.
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I had the same problem as HC stated....just couldn't get the arrows to fly straight w/ the lumenock for some reason...I now changed arrows, should probably give em another shot.
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I had the same problem as HC stated....just couldn't get the arrows to fly straight w/ the lumenock for some reason...I now changed arrows, should probably give em another shot.

Yeah I never had trouble with arrow flight with lumenocks.
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I've never had problems with the flight of lumenocks, they have always flown true for me. The trouble I have with them is not lightin up when you shoot, or shutting off when they hit. Seems like your lucky to get one out of a pack of three to work at all. I use Easton Axis ST arrows and I think Lumenock has more problems with the X nock. Woke up the other morning and my bow was sitting on the table with one of the lumenocks glowing. go figure
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I have mixed feelings regarding them. Inconsistant lighting was my gripe. They are pretty cool when they work though.
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