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Ugly Coyote

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After posted the tiny nocks, I decided to see what other ones I had.

I found a variety of styles. Some of them, at first glance, appear to be the same, but they are different. Seems like the manufacturers copied one another on a regular basis.

In this photo the 2 on the upper left are different views of the same nock. A rather unusual design. I believe I've seen them advertised somewhere. Maybe Bob or Kelly can help identify these.

The four at the bottom may be L.C. Whiffen Nock-Ease. They are unusually long at 1¼".

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Next, we have the infamous Mid-Nox. They were very popular and easy to remove if you needed to replace a broken one. You just light a match and set it on fire! It will burn up quickly. Stotler Archery made a replica with the same properties. I think they were made from acetate.

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Original box and a couple of envelopes.

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Very cool piece of history on a little noticed item.
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jaz:

"a little noticed item."   and one of the most important as far as I'm concerned. If you don't get them on straight, you will have al sorts of problems.

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I have beaucoup speed nocks that I am not really sure what they are.

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Aromakr...how did you nock taper, tapered shafts ?
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I used a sanding disc type grinder, my arrow guide was "V" shaped. Nice thing about that is, it doesn't make any difference what size the shaft is or whether its tapered or parallel.

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Chuckc:

I used a sanding disc type grinder, my arrow guide was "V" shaped. Nice thing about that is, it doesn't make any difference what size the shaft is or whether its tapered or parallel.

Bob 


Bob you are so right. I wish I had my Wood Chuck tapering tool.

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