Ruttin’ review: Easton Tracer Nocks

I have tried lighted nocks, I couldn’t get into them for a couple of reasons. The 1st is you need to tune your bow because of the different weights of a regular nock and the lighted nock. The second is how they turn off. Most lighted nocks you need to jump through hoops to get the nock to turn off. Not the Tracer.

Here is a video to explain it:

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I hope you like this kind of newer format we use, let me know and comment.

Thanks and drive safe!

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