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Thread: VICTORY V-FORCE V1 ARROWS thoughts?

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    VICTORY V-FORCE V1 ARROWS thoughts?

    i have been shooting beman ics pro hunters and they have been pretty darn good, but got a killer deal on some of these victory's uncut. they are a .001 straight. compared to the ics's which are .002 straight. not that i think that will make much difference but for the price of the .001 straight i thought why not try them out. i got a dozen for a little under $80 shipped to my house.

    anyone shoot these? thoughts? good arrow?



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    These are good arrows. We sell a ton of these with great results.
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    cool, any thoughts on there effectiveness to take a beating? any better or worse then most other arrows? my ics arrows seem pretty tough, i have made some shots where i thought for sure my arrow would be done and surprisingly was still intact.
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    I hunt with vforce 350 .003 and they seem very tough. You should be good as long as you don't have the HV series victory. Those arrows are super brittle.

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    They are very tough except for the HV series, but they are built for speed not endurance.
    I shot a deer this past Tuesday. Complete pass through the ribs and into the ground. This is the third such event
    for this particular arrow and it is as good as new and ready for a fourth go-round.

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    Shot a lot of different arrows (axis, maximas, velocities, vaps, hexx, beman mfx to name a few) and love my vforce arrows. Imo tougher than the rest. The vaps are tough but the aluminum outserts and nocks are their weakness. Put 2 shots on a buck this year both pass throughs and arrows still good as new

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    thanks for the input,
    looking forward to comparing them to the ics i have been shooting.
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    Tough as nails. Shot a brick wall with one 2 years ago. Still in use today.

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    Very tough and light.
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    I like the vaps better shot both , killed with both .. Like the vaps way better
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