I've been using the string nock-set, with an upper and lower nock. And pretty much how/why I am here since finding your video a while before the forum started, you have some really good tutorial videos.
I find that the superglue doesn't always work for me - probably wax or another non-adhering substance on the string and maybe serving. But I do have an occasional problem with the lower nock moving. And just know thinking, I probable need to keep better tabs on the upper to make sure that one is staying in place
From what I read. the info says more on the string will slow things down. But how much can the "double nut nock set" really affect things - and just now thinking you could maybe lessen the number of wraps for the extra nock to minimize the amount of material.
Also, would a reverse wind maybe keep the lower nock from moving - like a cross threaded nut, but you would have to get it set the first time?
Post by Rick Barbee on Sept 18, 2022 12:44:32 GMT -6
It's not enough performance loss to be noticeable in the shooting. It might be measurable under controlled testing, but that measure would be slight. So slight, that like I said - you would never notice it in your shooting.
I tie mine on very tight. They aren't easy to move, but can be when I need to. I've not had them move at all since doing the above, even after intentionally moving them.
A reverse wrap done tight would lock it down, but would also make it where you could not adjust it.