6 Pack, feather fletched carbon arrows.
Target Tips are not included. Inserts must be glued in before use.
100% carbon fiber, standard diameter Feather Fletch arrow. Ideally suited for use in recurve bows and traditional longbows.
Victory’s hottest hunting arrow just got hotter. The victory VForce hunting shaft is the most accurate standard diameter hunting shaft on the market. With industry leading tolerances, a standard .245 inside diameter and Victory’s spine alignment process the VForce is the arrow to take any archer to the next level. Couple the VForce with Victory’s new AC1245-22 insert and you have an arrow that will make you shoot more accurately. The Victory VForce is the deadliest combination for your next hunt of a lifetime.
- 100% Hi-Modulus Carbon Fiber For Strength and Durability
- 100% Hand Fletched
- Nano Ceramic “ICE” Coating Finish For Ease of Pull From Targets and Penetration
- 7075 Aluminum Components
- Spine Aligned For Increased Accuracy and Consistency
- 0.006 Straightness
- Flecthed with Gateway 4 inch feathers
Victory Archery Safety Warning
Victory Archery is committed to safe archery. Archery/hunting requires a high level of skill and caution at all times to avoid personal injury or property damage. Victory Arrows should only be used by those trained in the proper use of bows and arrows or under the supervision of a qualified instructor.
Arrows should always be inspected before each use for signs of damage. Impact with hard objects, other arrows or being shot into a game animal can all cause damage. We recommend flexing each arrow and inspecting for any sign of cracks or splits before each use. Grasp the arrow between the point and nock, flex the arrow along its length so as to deflect it approximately 1 to 2” in an arc and listen for cracking. Never use an arrow with any sign of damage. A cracked or split arrow can suffer catastrophic failure upon release and cause severe injury to yourself or others in the area.
Practice Safe Archery After loading an arrow into a bow, never point at any person or property. An arrow can be accidentally discharged and cause severe injury and property damage. Never shoot an arrow without having full visual contact with the target and knowing what is behind the target. Always inspect your bow, arrows and components prior to each use.
Bowhunting Precautions When hunting, the possibility of arrow damage increases significantly. This is due to the high likelihood of the arrow impacting various things (roots, trees, fences, posts, rocks, hard ground, bone, etc), possible misuse (improper maintenance, abuse, or care), impact with other arrows, or the angle in which it impacts/passes through an animal. Damage to the arrow can result in sharp and/or splintered carbon fragments which are harmful to humans, especially if ingested. If there is ANY suspected carbon arrow damage please utilize the guidelines listed below.
- Thoroughly inspect the entrance wound, exit wound, and surrounding area prior to removing the carbon arrow in order to determine whether or not there are splinters/fragments imbedded in the game animal.
- Use extreme caution when removing the broken segments of the carbon arrow shaft.
- While field dressing game animals, use care to avoid splinters/fragments of carbon fiber.
- Carefully remove and dispose of any flesh that has the presence or suspected presence of carbon fiber splinters or fragments.
To err on the side of caution is always the best course of action. Victory Archery is committed to safe archery. Use good judgment in determining whether or not something is unsafe, incorrect, or there is a possibility of harm.
INSPECT ARROWS FOR DAMAGE PRIOR TO EVERY SHOT
Impact with hard objects, other arrows or being shot into a game animal can all cause damage. We recommend flexing each arrow and inspecting for any sign of cracks or splits before each use. Grasp the arrow between the point and nock. Flex the arrow, away from you or others, along its length so as to deflect it approximately 1 to 2” in an arc and listen for cracking. Never use an arrow with any sign of damage. A cracked or split arrow can suffer catastrophic failure upon release and cause severe injury to yourself or others in the area.