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thumbless stringwalker
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Hi,
I’m thinking about trying Beiter asymmetrical nocks as they are supposed to be safer for stringwalking and are used by most of the top recurve archers.
I would like to hear your opinion and experience.
Also, if I buy them, which one to order? #1=.086 or #2=.098?
I’m using 14 threads D97 string and with 3DSupernocks I have to put 2 dacron threads under the serving.
Thanks
Martin
 

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I got my first set a month a go. They are very much worth the money to me for stringwalking. They reduce how much pressure is on my bottom nock (doesn't move anymore). My crawls are also 3mm further down my tab.

I will be buying more. I got the large size (#2 I think).
 

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Use them in my blue streaks. The ones I have are longer than most nocks.
Did not measure them, but the add atleast .25 of inch on the length of arrow.
Number 2's also with 18 strands of 8125g and .21 62xs cebter serving.
 

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Don't forget to buy the nock tool and the nock dock. It is hard to have too much fun shopping for components.

Rasyad
 

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thumbless stringwalker
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Hi,
I have another question on nock fitting.
My 14 strands D97 string with .021 #62 serving need 2 dacron strands under the serving to get correct fitting for 3D nocks. I tried #1 beiter on the part of the serving without dacron and it looks like it fits right. It is a little difficult to snap but it moves freely up and down once on.
Is it the correct fitting?
Martin
 

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Barefaced tightropewalker
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It is a little difficult to snap but it moves freely up and down once on.
Is it the correct fitting?
Martin
That's the standard I use.
 
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