Ambo - Nocking Point Compound
The AMBO Ball Nock and the AMBO Ball Nocking Point constitute an innovative new nock system where the nock, with its inner spherical recess, pushes over a ball served into the string and acting as the nocking point.
Advantages: Absolutely axial shaft acceleration with no pinching forces whatsoever. Constant force transmission due to the interaction of the articulated nock and ball joint and the elimination of tilting moments.
360° slip identity, i.e. even when the string is rolled irregularly by the archer as the bow is drawn, there will always be the same release resistance. Short nock body for shorter string-to-shaft force transmission path, i. e. the softening of the thermoplastic nock material at high temperatures has no effect on the spine characteristics.
Short nock wings for lightning quick separation of string and nock, thus minimizing transversal string forces. Absolutely symmetrical shape, thus no loss of static balance. Free angle of 80°, i.e. the nock is ideal for compound shooting with release the arrow cannot be unnocked, even deliberately, when the bow is drawn!
The manifold benefits of this nock system (Earl Hoyt: as simple as ingenious) should prove an incentive to every archer to learn the simple method of serving the nocking point into the string.