They shot low for me, the factory lighted nock arrows that is. Foc is back farther and I can't think of another difference that would cause lower poi.Welcome Texas Shooter! Pull up a stump, have a sit by the campfire, and warm your bones.
I bought some of the Ravin lighted nocks for some of the non-lighted Ravin arrows I have. I love watching lighted nocks. They've saved me a bundle in dollars since they were first introduced to the archery industry many many moons ago. And I also enjoy being able to recover the arrows much easier, especially in the dark. This helps me to see what kind of blood I may have on the shaft before tracking in the dark. And to help keep the FOC close to factory specs as possible, I've elected to go with 125gr Grim Reaper heads to counter the weight of the lighted nocks. I've also got some 150gr feild tips to see if I get any better accuracy from them at longer distances. If they preform better (given cross winds ect), then I'll order some of the 150gr heads from Grim Reaper. As they now have 150gr heads in several lines of the broadheads.
I know this will slow my R29X arrow down a good bit to the R20 and R29 levels. But there won't be a big pig safe within my shooting range, if it works out. 😁
I may try some of the factory Ravin lighted arrows later, just for some flatter deer shooting provided they weigh the same as the non lighted Ravin arrows. And if they weigh the same, I'll use some 100gr or 125gr GR heads. pending the variables.
I believe that 25 grains is very relevant and makes a big difference to shooters who are into accuracy. POI will be different by inches depending on the distance to target. In fact, every variable matters when going for accuracy and consistency.You don't think the foc change is relevant?