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Just twist your string from the one end.
Most people nock their arrow under the nock point, or between two nock points.
I don't use brass nocking points, I use dental floss and tie my own because I can just cut it off a retie it any time I like.
Your nock point sets your arrows level/square to your bow, it has no effect on distances shot.
Your anchor point on your face which can be moved up or down can/will effect distances shot in regards your point on distance.
A high anchor will give you a short point on, a low anchor will give you a longer point on.
Point on = the distance the arrow will impact with your target when you hold the arrow point directly on that spot at full draw.
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