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Nock Out Lighted Nocks (Green, Pack of 3)
Clean-Shot Archery
Average Rating: 3.3 star rating (34 Reviews)
List Price: $27.99
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1.0 out of 5 stars  Save your money!!!
By Mark & Judy Dann on January 11, 2016
These are COMPLETE JUNK!!! Save your money and buy something else. Pretty bad when the nock won't even fit in the provided bushings without falling out.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  An Honest and In-Depth Look
By Sean Paiz on December 28, 2015
Hello everyone, as a potential buyer reading the reviews, im sure you are confused, some have very high ratings while others are a measly one star. After reading the reviews of many unhappy customers i noticed two things. One, is that they expect a flawless product that fits their arrow perfectly. This is not that type of nock. They created a "Universal System" using small diameter nocks, with a variety of bushings. This is meant so that they will be able to fit any arrow with some adjustment. Why would you buy something for hunting or shooting if you weren't going to tune it anyway? Second, Their bushings are made for popular brand sizes, ex. The GT size is .244'' but some arrows come with sizes slightly different, but are advertised as GT, mine are .246'' and some of my nocks were loose at first. This is where the second thing i noticed comes in, people do not understand that there are actually online tips and tricks for fixing all the problems they described, such as the rattling of the metal ring (mine was the same way), the simple fix is to apply some natural bow wax. Boom. Done. Next is the fit on the arrow. They recommend super gluing the nock to the size bushing you need, so that it doesnt slip out, then, if it is still loose, like was for my arrows, push a small sandwich bag into the arrow and push the nock into it. The plastic adds a very small amount of thickness to the bushing and tightens the fit right up. i don;t glue any of my nocks to my arrows.

Personally, i really like these nocks. I bought the "Yellow" from the direct site, and it turned out to be orange. I don't care, because it is still brighter than my father's nockturnals, and my mothers lumenoks. They are very handy to use, and once installed correctly, they can make shooting with lighted nocks a heck of a lot easier to do. They add about an inch to the end of your arrow, which i haven't noticed any change in my accuracy, and the ability to use them without the light is nice, because you can use them in bright day light, and conserve the battery.

I am 19 years old, and have been shooting for over 10 years now. I shoot a New Breed Blade, draw weight of 69 lbs and draw length of 27 1/2 inches. I first bought these because i wanted a different color nock than my parents, who shot green, red and blue lumenoks and nocturnals. After using these side by side, my father is now switching to nock out. His large fingers make it difficult to turn off the nocturnals and so the pull mechanism of this nock works better for him. Currently, i am still learning about these, and am curious if other colors are just as bright and effective as my "Yellows" are. If i end up buying other colors i will add to my review here.

Overall, If you buys these, expect to have to tune them up a bit, and if you don't (like in the case of my father's arrows, who fit the 'S' bushing perfectly) it will be a nice surprise. If you want help installing them, check out CleanShot Archery's support page.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  I used these myself this year and loved them, how ever you should put them in ...
By Brian Bonner on December 25, 2015
I used these myself this year and loved them, how ever you should put them in practice mode when you leave the woods, because they can be accidently turned on in your quiver if they hit against something.so I bought these as a gift.

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1.0 out of 5 stars  One Star
By David on December 06, 2015
Not good for high powered bows

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2.0 out of 5 stars  The bad feature is that on over 50% of my hunting ...
By Michael W. Snell on November 07, 2015
The only positive feature of these nocks is being able to practice with them on your arrow without them lighting up when shot. The bad feature is that on over 50% of my hunting shots, the nocks did not light up. Will not be buying these again.

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1.0 out of 5 stars  Nock Outs No Nock Out
By Brad Shook on November 06, 2015
Do not buy. The inserts fit loose & they go on when you shoot and off when they hit the target.

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