Slim wood glue-on nock 11/32 for wooden shafts. The Tipping Point slim wood nock was developed as a result of the need to have a nock that can be easily installed and that avoids needing to carve the shaft to insert the bowstring, thus avoiding the possibility of it being seriously damaged. This is how our nocks with a conical hole are born to perfectly fit the shaft and an incision for inserting the bowstring. The final part of the nock is milled on both sides to improve the profile of the nock. The shafts must first be correctly prepared with the conical end using the special Tipping Point sharpener, which creates the right inclination for insertion into the nocks. The nocks are made of hornbeam wood, which is known for its high resistance and its typical whitish colour, and subsequently treated on the surface with a tumbling process to eliminate the imperfections created during the production phases. We are certain of the reliability and durability of our product, as well as, our impeccable attention to detail.