Nockout Contender Lighted Nocks 3-packItem Number: 0168X
$27.99 $25.99
Made in the US
Nockout Contender Lighted Nocks 3-pack

Nockout Contender Lighted Nocks 3-pack

Item Number: 0168X
$27.99 $25.99
Made in the US

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Nockout Contender lighted nocks are designed to eliminate the frustrations of conventional lighted nocks. The "easy off" feature requires the shooter to simply pull the nock straight back to turn the light off.

Using the included nock bushings allows for a universal fit of the most common sized arrow shafts, eliminating the confusion when trying to understand which nock is required. This feature also gives the benefit of using the same lighted nocks in a variety of arrows.

As a bowhunter, understanding shot placement is a given. But when you take that shot of a lifetime, give yourself the edge by using Nockout Contender lighted nocks. These lighted arrow nocks offer the bowhunter additional knowledge to understand where the arrow impacts, finding the arrow, and how to follow up after the shot, which can make a difference on recovering your trophy.

Like all Nockout® lighted arrow nocks, the Contender is made from quality materials, including high-grade aircraft aluminum and proprietary high strength polycarbonate. So you know they're tough enough to take a beating and keep on gleaming!

Nockout® Contenders also have a replaceable stop tab to prevent accidental activation. Great for saving battery life when practicing target shooting.

Sold by the 3-pack with three bushings each for X, H, and S/GT nock fittings (9 bushings total). Available in green, orange, or red. Please specify.

  • Available Colors: Choose Green, Orange, Red
  • Universal Fit bushings: Compatible with X nock (.204" ID), H nock (.233" ID), S nock (.244"-.245" ID), and GT (.246" ID). Will not fit micro diameter (G) sized arrows.
  • Weight: 21-25 grains depending on bushing used.

Nock Bushing Sizing
Nock (Arrow Inside Diameter) Size
X .204" / 5mm
H .233" / 6mm
S .244" / .245"
GT .246" / 6.5mm

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