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Essentially what you are doing is taking normal nocks and just adding the fishing light to the inside. As long as the nock is see thru, it can be used, regardless of the brand name. There were guys that were using their Easton nocks and making these. so as far as I can tell there is no compromise of the nock or arrow. My arrows shoot no differently than they did before.
 

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I agree with you, I did Not glue anything to the arrow shaft the only gluing that I did was the piece of the old nock to the end of the battery to keep the battery in place. The old nock is tight enough inside the shaft to prevent the battery from sliding in. I also did not glue the light to the new nock either as I wanted to be able to save money and reuse the drilled out nocks. Depending on your arrow size the only drilling that I had to do at all was drilling the 3/32 hole up the middle of the new nock to allow the light to show thru better. I think you will be happy once you have them in and shoot them.

Also, I found it was easier to push the battery halfway into the shaft put the new nock on and actually shoot the arrow at your target. this will seat the light exactly were it needs to be.

to turn it off just take off ur nock and gently pull up on the bulb.
 
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