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That would have been me! PM sent.
Didn't mean to talk yer ear off, you just knew more then ANYONE else I've ever talked with about the arrows and the tornado's abilities.
 

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Arrowhead sent me 3 of these a few weeks back for some testing.
A friend and I both have Parker Tornados and we have done a bunch of shooting at multiple distances with our GT laser II's and the Victory's. The Victory arrows DEFINITELY hold a much tighter group. The farther out the target the more noticeable it is. We shot at 20, 30,40, 50, and 60 yards off of a varmint rest. At 40, 50 and 60 yards, there is a huge difference in the grouping. It was quite noticeable at 30 also.
We also shot them today with broad heads at these distances, although we didn't shoot as much as we would have liked at 50 and 60 because of high wind gusts. We tested G5 strikers, Slick tricks, American broad head co. sonic pro's, and Rocky mountain Gator XP expandables. The G5 broad heads and the sonic pro's were just about dead on with the field points at all ranges tested(G5's were slightly better in our tests). The rocky MTN gators were Exactly the same as the FP's. The slick tricks were averaging about 2" off at the farther distances. With the broad heads, the better groupings were also all with the Victory shafts. The GT's opened up a bit more with all heads tested, expandables included, especially at the farther distances.
As soon as Mike starts pumping these out I'm getting a dozen. I tried to GIVE my buddy my GT's and he said no thanks!
He wants these to.
 

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I had no problems, wonder what was up? All I can tell ya is the victory's are the best grouping arrows I have ever shot.
 
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