String Nocks

A string nock creates a solid point on the bow string for an archer to nock (attach) an arrow, referred to as the nocking point.

Normally one string nock is set so the arrow is nocked below the string nock, but some archers use two nocking points (above and below) to prevent the archer from pinching the arrow nock, which can hurt accuracy or cause the arrow to fall off the bow string.

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