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I bought a dz VForce HV 350's to mess around with. When I first got them I shot them through paper and things looked good so I started shooting with pretty good results. I decided to shoot through paper again to check things and I get a small nock low tear. Check things out and nothing has moved (nock height, cam timing...). So I shoot a CX Maxima 250 and get a bullet hole, same with a CX 350. I noticed the Victory nocks are a lot looser on the serving so I put a CX nock in the VForce and bullet hole.

Anyone else find similar results? I may just use the CX nocks in the VForce arrows although they don't fit quit as tight.
 

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Thanks, are you saying you no longer use the nocks or the Victory arrows all together? If just the nocks what are you using now?
 

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oh no i will never shot another arrow i love victory arrows!!!!!! i am using easton g nock for hunting and 3d small groove.
 

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FYI, Victory uses bohning nocks. Most of the time they are the double lock nocks.
 
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