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Tenpoint Pro Elite vs Victory Xbolts

I was just wondering if anyone knows if there is any big weight difference between these 2 crossbow bolts? I know Easton makes the bolts for Tenpoint so that might help. Both 20 inches with flat nocks...

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Re: Tenpoint Pro Elite vs Victory Xbolts

Ten Point Pro Elite = 425
Victory X-Bolt = 418
We use 2.1 inch Fusion Vanes. They create less drag. Which gives you more arrow speed downrange. They would weigh about 425 with 4 inch vanes.

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Re: Tenpoint Pro Elite vs Victory Xbolts

Thanks Mike. I bought some Tenpoint Pro Elites the other night, tested them earlier today. They fly [censored] near perfect with my field points...awesome grouping. I wish I had the pictures to prove it. I'm also using Wasp Boss SST 100 gr broadheads. Couldn't be happier right now with them. If I find a flaw I will let you know!

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Re: Tenpoint Pro Elite vs Victory Xbolts

Skrappy, cant go wrong with you Tenpoint[GOLD TIP] bolts with Wasp heads!!! all you need now...... is to remove your nock and install a Easton Tracer lighted nock!!!!!! or a Burt Coyote lighted nock!!!! this way you wont lose your new bolts!!!!
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Re: Tenpoint Pro Elite vs Victory Xbolts

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Skrappy, cant go wrong with you Tenpoint[GOLD TIP] bolts with Wasp heads!!! all you need now...... is to remove your nock and install a Easton Tracer lighted nock!!!!!! or a Burt Coyote lighted nock!!!! this way you wont lose your new bolts!!!!
Well I'm not going to change them if they're already flying as good as it can get. I'm tellin ya, if my broadheads shot any better, they'd be shooting BETTER than my field points. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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Re: Tenpoint Pro Elite vs Victory Xbolts

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Thanks Mike. I bought some Tenpoint Pro Elites the other night, tested them earlier today. They fly [censored] near perfect with my field points...awesome grouping. I wish I had the pictures to prove it. I'm also using Wasp Boss SST 100 gr broadheads. Couldn't be happier right now with them. If I find a flaw I will let you know!
I use those broadheads and they are the best in the business in my opinion

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