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    beiter in-out nocks

    web stores not overly clear on info so

    i'll just run out a few Q&A

    does it matter which size you go for?
    is it simply length thats different?
    and do they come in S and L nock sizes?
    finally do you recommend them?
    i assume the out part is to help protect the shaft?

    ps.
    impressed with beiter nocks in general





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    Quote Originally Posted by X10Nano View Post
    web stores not overly clear on info so

    i'll just run out a few Q&A

    does it matter which size you go for?
    is it simply length thats different?
    and do they come in S and L nock sizes?
    finally do you recommend them?
    i assume the out part is to help protect the shaft?

    ps.
    impressed with beiter nocks in general
    Yes size matters. They are made specifically to fit particular shafts. I wouldn't go to the shops for that information, I would go direct...
    http://www.wernerbeiter.com/en/infor...s/Nocke_GB.pdf
    The nock groove sizes are 1 (small), 2 (large) and there is also 3 (extra large) in a limited range.

    If you're talking about ACEs, then I'm not clear that in/outs have an advantage over the normal heavy colour ACE nocks. It's the material which makes a difference, so far as I can tell.

    I use heavy colour normal ACE nocks, and in/outs on X10s.
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    holy cr*p that a lot of info to read!
    i'll have to read it in the morning now but i think i'll be keeping it simple and staying with the normal beiter nocks and yes i'm using ace.

    thanks.

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    ACE if using pins

    Options
    Beiter Pin Nocks - No1 or No2 nock fit
    In out nocks - 154/1 or 154/2
    If you currently use Easton G nocks then the small equate to No1 and Large No2

    The equivalent nock to the Easton G nock is the 12/1 or 12/2

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    In my experience the in-out nocks offer more protection than a beiter standard nock, although I still managed to write off 2 ACE's in one evening at 70m when having the in-outs fitted. When I rear ended one fitted with a beiter standard nock it virtually shredded the arrow. You might want to consider top hat protector rings if you don't want to fit pins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFC1968 View Post
    In my experience the in-out nocks offer more protection than a beiter standard nock, although I still managed to write off 2 ACE's in one evening at 70m when having the in-outs fitted. When I rear ended one fitted with a beiter standard nock it virtually shredded the arrow. You might want to consider top hat protector rings if you don't want to fit pins.
    heavy colour standard nocks or the normal colours? I haven't found any difference between the standard nocks and in/out when using the same colours. I haven't used the normal colours (transparent etc.) since finding out how much more durable the heavy colours are.
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