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Beiter X10 In Out Nocks 12*

  • Price: AUD$21.62
  • Ex Tax: AUD$19.66
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Model: Beiter X10 In Out Nocks 12*

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Beiter X10 In Out Nocks 12*

 
0 x 2H FITS X10 (not protour) / 0 x 2
 
The Beiter InOut-Nocks fits precisely into the shaft and preserves the shafts end with the bigger outer diameter.
The InOut-Nock is available only for selected Aluminum-Carbon shafts, both in the Beiter patented ASYMMETRIC version, as well as in the SYMMETRIC type, for Compound archers using a D-Loop.

 
Some features of the Beiter InOut-Nock, that distinguish them from other makes:
  • Each Nock size has only one single mould. This offers highest precision and lowest tolerances. Every single InOut-Nock comes out of the same cavity.
  • The Nock does not pinch on the nocking point, it rests there with a spring effect. The working life is much higher and, very important, the Beiter Nock guarantees constant release from the bowstring, shot after shot.
  • The Beiter InOut-Nock is available as asymmetric or symmetric (Hunter). To ensure that a Beiter Asymmetric Nock is placed correctly, control that the notch for the nocking point looks to the front of the arrow.
  • The Beiter InOut Nock can be shot without problem with all known nocking points; but the Beiter nocking point is the ideal partner for any asymmetric Beiter Nock.

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Tags: Beiter X10 In Out Nocks 12* 0 x 2H FITS X10 (not protour) / 0 x 2 The Beiter InOut-Nocks fits precisely into the shaft and preserves the shafts end with the bigger outer diameter. The InOut-Nock is available only for selected Aluminum-Carbon shafts, both in the Beiter patented ASYMMETRIC version, as well as in the SYMMETRIC type, for Compound archers using a D-Loop.