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For good broadhead flight, proper nock fit is important. The nock should snap onto the center serving, but still be able to slide up/down easily. Bohing Signature nocks and Double-Lock Blazer F-nocks have large throats and the Easton Supernock has a large throat, all of these are quality nocks with good fit on Mathews center serving. For bows with a sharp string angle, I recommend tying in nock sets above and below the nock inside of the D-Loop. This lessens the sharp string angle of short ATA bows and puts the driving force directly on the arrow centerline. Make the set points 1/16" wider than the nock to avoid nock pinch.
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