Victory Archery Introduces XBolt Crossbow Bolts

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posted on May 23, 2023
X Bolt Elite (1)

Victory Archery's XBolts are designed for hunters who need bolts that can withstand the power of today’s fastest crossbows. The XBolt is optimized with Victory’s EFOC (Extreme Forward of Center) design to help stabilize the bolt in flight. With a .300 standard diameter, the bolts are constructed of 100-percent carbon fiber for unmatched durability. They come spine-aligned and are weight matched to ±0.5 grains for tight and consistent groups.

The bolts are finished with Victory’s ICE Nano Ceramic Coating for maximum penetration on game and easy removal from targets, and hand-fletched with 3-inch Fusion X-II Vanes. Each is also equipped with a half-moon nock or optional lighted nocks, with specially designed brass inserts.

XBolt Table with weights, lengths and diameters

To learn more, visit victoryarchery.com.

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