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Ugly Coyote

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These are definitely tiny nocks. Don't, however, have any tiny shafts to go with them.

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With an 11/32" nock.

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Maybe for flight arrows?
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Nocks for uni-bushings?
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They look like the nocks that fit the steel shafts that were available a while back. They also look like they'd be rough on bowstrings.
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Look like they need to be deburred before using. 
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Do they fit on straws ?
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Maybe for real heavy bows. I have problems with plastic nocks breaking a ear off with my 100# bow.

I thought I read somewhere that Howard Hill used Aluminum Nocks for his Africa trips. 

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They also look like they'd be rough on bowstrings.


My thoughts exactly.

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How wide is the throat? Looks standard. For flight, we use a very narrow, mostly hand made, nock because the strings have so few strands.
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Larry, a 3/32" drill bit is a good fit.
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