Hey Barb,TenPoint Barb said:I've taken several animals with the Luminocks and I didn't have any problems with point of impact. I shot plenty of arrows into my target with and without Luminocks while practicing and I had the same results with both.
Easton Tracer uses an "always on" logic system on their nock. It is always on or you will not get that ability to sleep and wake mode. The battery cannot be replaced so when you accidentally turn on the nock, it is dead. FYI, the reed switch system they use is only able to handle a 7g sideway impact. Try wake the nock and drop the bolt sideway on top of the counter at about 6" of height. It turns on, so image what it can do inside your bow case. Now you know the true reason for the so call Sleep mode!Kutter said:I like the idea of the Easton ones that turn on w/ the magnet. You can practice with them turned off & only burn batterry when you're using them hunting.
Yeah, that vertical bow shooter on the video was taking some long distance and out of position unethical shots from everyything you guys have taught me. He dropped that one deer with a high back shot that probably severed its spine.