The thumb-ring shooter may also adopt Kassai’s method of holding a sheaf of arrows in the bow hand, but more toward the backside of the bow so the arrows do not interfere with the position of the nocked arrow on the right side of the bow. Grab and arrow by the nock, and instead of directing it between the string and the bow; it simply gets pulled down to the horizontal position and nocked (on the same side of the bow, which is the right side for most of the ring shooters). For the hunter, he or she usually does not want to carry an unshielded broadhead, but if one did anticipate several fast shots, this method would no jeopardize the archer’s bow hand, the string, or the bow. However, with field points, any of the methods described here are safe.
Kassai makes a nock point on his string by wrapping an adhesive tape of about t2 inches in width around the string until the cylinder of tape is 1/4-inch in thickness. The arrow rests on top of the wrapping, and no glove is required; this way the bare fingers have tactile and dexterity advantage for the rapid nocking, for the thumb release. option, the tape would be omitted and traditional nocking point should be attached on the string.