Discussion in 'Crossbow Bolts & Broadheads' started by Stalker, Feb 24, 2018.
Great shooting! there shooting an no doubt about that!
Well I got off a little early today. I got home and spine indexed and fletched the remaining 5 GG II shafts. I'm out of the Firenock flat nocks so I put in the Omni nocks. Shot 2 of them at 30 yards and they both hit high and to the right compared to the flat nocks. They did group good though. We'll see how the other 3 do.Didn't want to press my luck as the vanes hadn't dried but maybe 30 minutes. Interesting the poi difference between the 2. You can see the difference in this pic.
That is odd, Paul. Looking forward to seeing how the Omnis do for you. They are definitely an option when I put together my summer 3D arrows. Might become hunting arrows too, reading all the things you and Cal have to say.
The friend I shoot 3D with in the summer has complained that he can't see those red firenocks. I think he would like those orange Omnis much better.
I kind of expected a poi change. Seems like when I switched from the Firenock moons to Firenock flats I saw a change as well. I'll have to shoot 1 arrow with the 3 different nocks and take a pic.
Well after shooting a couple I decided to make my poa the bottom left corner of the squares with the Omni nocks. It was a little breezy and the scope lines covered up the target lines.Then there is shooter error.But they seemed consistent and managed a decent group at 30 yards.
Then I shot 1 arrow with the 3 different nocks. Firenock flat, Firenock moon and the Omni nocks. The scope is sighted in for the flat nocks.
Flat at 3o yards #14 and #13
Then 2 with the moons both were about 1" high #14 ans #15
Then 2 with the Omni's #14 and #13
I think all will do the job fine but I prefer the flats. It just seem with the omni's or moon's there could be a slight variance if not installed exactly the same arrow to arrow. The flats are also the lightest.
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