G5 G Force Lighted Nocks

G5 G Force Lighted Nocks

The force of an arrow release is all that's needed to activate G5's new G Force Lighted Nocks.

The G Force emits blue light from a high-output LED and can be turned off by tapping the nock on any available hard surface. The G Force runs off a replaceable battery that will provide up to 20 hours of use.


Contact: G5 Outdoors, (866) 456-8836; www.g5outdoors.com.



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