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Question: Crossbow Terminology
Answer:


  • Power Stroke: The distance the string travels from being cocked to rest.


    Power Stroke


  • Draw Weight: The peak force required to cock a crossbow.


  • Cock Vane: The odd color vane on an arrow.


    Cock Vane



  • Capture Nock/Half-Moon Nock/Flat Nock.


    Nock Types



  • Nock Engagement: how the arrow nock contacts the string.


    Nock Engagement


  • Serving: Material wrapped around the string to protect it from excessive wear.


    Serving



  • Stirrup: The area to place your foot when cocking the crossbow.


    Stirrup



  • Front-end: the "bow" part of the crossbow.


    Front-end
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