Nocking Point

The Beiter Nocking-Point was the first product that Werner Beiter developed for archery.
This Nocking-Point is the ideal partner for the Beiter Nock: both are matching in form and material.
The use of both components avoids the nocking-out of the shaft at full draw and offers a smooth release of the Nock from the string.

The Nocking-Point is made out of two identical halves, which must be served into the serving. Pay attention to fit pins and holes (as shown in the instructions)!

Following Nocking Point types are available:

  • Nocking Points with cylindric shoulders on each end, to be served on the string.
  • Nocking Points with two threads to be served on the string.

A detailed instruction shows how to serve a Beiter Nocking Point and can be downloaded under the directing link.

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