Eye-Catching Arrow Accessories

Eye-Catching Arrow Accessories

Bohning ArroWraps come in an array of bright colors and designs for customizing your arrows to fit your personality. Easy to put on and take off, they are available in three lengths and six widths to match your fletching length and arrow size. Contact: The Bohning Company, 1-800-253-0136, www.bohning.com.

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Burt Coyote Lumenok has a circuit inside that works with the conductive end of your carbon or aluminum shaft. Once seated properly, it lights at the shot so you can follow your arrow in flight. It stays lit up to 40 hours or until you turn it off. Several models are available to fit various arrow sizes. Weight and color (red or green) vary depending on model. Contact: Burt Coyote, 309/358-1602, www.lumenok.net.


Easton MicroLite Tracer lighted nock is the same size as the S-Nock Tracer but weighs 5.5 grains less (20.5 grains). An adhesive magnet on your riser turns it on as it passes by. Once lit, the bright-red LED automatically goes into flash mode after several seconds. Battery life is 90 hours. Contact Easton Archery, 801/539-1400, www.eastonarchery.com.



Easy-Eye EZE-Crest LumaWrap improves arrow visibility in low-light conditions. Exposure to ambient light for three minutes makes the wrap glow for up to eight hours. The longer the exposure, the brighter the glow. Contact Easy-Eye Archery Products, 1-888-908-7446, www.eze-eye.com.

Firenock "G" Series lighted nocks are available in five styles to fit virtually all arrow sizes. The "brainy" technology behind this nock assures it will light up every time you shoot. Weight is 15 grains. Both the battery and plastic nock are field-replaceable. Continuous run time is 18-24 hours. It's available in nine nock colors and six LED colors, yielding 54 colors total. Contact Firenock, LLC, 815/780-1695, www.firenock.com.


G5 Outdoors G Force Lighted Nock is activated by the rapid acceleration of the arrow leaving the bow. The replaceable battery powering the red LED has a run time of 24+ hours. It's available in two sizes -- .204 (24 grains) and .244/.246 (38 grains). Both turn off when tapped on a hard surface, and the .244/.246 has a blink mode. Contact G5 Outdoors, 1-866-456-8836, www.g5outdoors.com.


New Archery Products QuikFletch dress up your arrows and make them easier to follow in flight. To install, simply slide a QuikFletch onto an arrow shaft and dip in boiling water. It will shrink to fit any size shaft and is guaranteed not to slip. QuikFletch comes with either QuikSpin Speed Hunter or Twister vanes in a variety of color combinations. Contact New Archery Products, 1-800-323-1279, www.newarchery.com.

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