Nock Points

Your bow string needs some form of nocking point so that you know where to clip your arrow’s nock to and to keep it in place once you've done so. A metal nock point (such as the Saunders ones) is especially good for when tuning your bow, with the use of pliers it can be moved up and down the bow string until the correct nock position is found. Another type of nock point is one that is served into the string serving and stays in place, such as the Beiter nock point.

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