If you have The G/T's I sure wouldn't throw them away. We tested a long time to find something better. I thought it would be impossible for a while there. The G/T is a very good arrow. The Victory has everything I want in an arrow though. I'm going to do some more tests this week, I'll have to try to remember to take a few pics.
The Victory was built on the Tornado. It is the most accurate arrow we have ever built in the Tornado. We tested it in the Excalibur and got some very,very good results. I've got two manufacturers looking very closely at the Victory for thier package bows.
I've tested it in the Ten Points and my last three shot group destroyed the arrows. The only way to get them to group closer is to put them inside each other.
I agree. I tried most brands and Victory is the best IMO.
Just a heads up, Parker does not want any arrows that are smaller than.343 diameter and gt's are .336.
From the Parker Manual.
Parker Crossbows require a minimum 20” long arrow with “moon”
shaped nocks. Further, the arrow MUST have an outside diameter
of 22/64” to insure the anti-dryfire mechanism will engage safely.
We strongly recommend you use arrows that meet or exceed the
industry guideline of 425 grains minimum weight