If you’re going to make a primitive arrow, you’ve just got to have a self nock on the thing! This video will take you through the process that I use to make snap on style self nocks. I like the snap on feature because it ensures the arrow isn’t going to fall off the string when an animal is coming in. It also gives you the option of shooting with different styles like a fixed crawl which I’ve been experimenting with lately. All you’ll need is a hacksaw, some 100 grit sand paper and a small rat tail file or carbide tile saw blade like the one shown in the video. I like to cut my nocks very thin and open them up with sand paper. this allows me to get a very good fit to the string.