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One other thing ... inspect/change the nocks. Nocks get slapped around and are not intended to last forever. Minor deformation of a nock can have huge affect on arrow flight. Nock fit and nock pinch are also important things to check. Beman ICS Hunters come with the S-Nock, but any standard ICS nock (.246") will fit. I recommend the Bohning Signature or Easton Super Nocks because they have a larger throat than most other nocks, are good quality, and are a better fit to the center serving. The nock should snap onto the centerserving but fit loose enough so that it will slide up/down with little or no effort. Also, check for nock pinch. With the nock fitted to the string up against the upper D-Loop knot or nock point there should be about 1/16" gap between the nock and Lower D-Loop knot or nock point or eliminator button/release, etc. When the bow is drawn the string angle will close up the gap. Without a gap, the string will pinch the nock, exerting pressure to lift or twist the nock, causing inconsistent arrow flight.
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