PA Prof wrote: I am concerned by bstout's above post involving the dryfire.
Certain crossbow dealers do suggest using the half moon nocks when using Firenocks with an Excalibur crossbow. They know more about it than I do from what they see on a day to day basis. In my opinion, if your center serving is large enough in diameter there probably won't be an issue.
It's the procedure used to turn them off that bothered me the most. I don't like having to wait
for a computerized nock. I prefer a mechanical device I can work myself silently.
The Lumenok has a basic on & off switch that consists of two wires that protrude out of the nock. When the nock gets pushed into the arrow by the string upon firing, the rear of the arrow shaft itself shorts out the two wires and the light comes on.
The Firenock is far more complex than this.