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    Default Victory X-Ringer 250

    Anyone shoot these arrows? How's the durability of them and do you ever hunt with them?

    I'm considering them because I need a .250 spine for my setup. Considering hunting with them because I don't want to have to switch arrows between hunting and 3D.

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    I would not reccomend them for hunting. They are brittle I shoot 22's HV's out of my X F 7 and they fly great I also shoot X-Ringer 350 HV's out of my Mojo and they tuned awesome. The only thing about them is they are thin ( for weight reasons ) but make for a great 3-D shaft.

    I would reccomend them for 3-D but not for hunting. If you shoot them for 3-D I also reccomend using uni-bushing in the rear for the nocks (2413 bushings and tips fit them)..
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    Thanks for the info. Couple questions though. I was thinking the regular (non-HV) would be a little tougher and maybe ok for hunting, would this be correct? Also why uni bushings instead of the pin nocks that come with them?

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    The non HV should be fine for hunting. As for the pin nocks I don't really care for them ( I know they are good but it's in my thick head ). The uni-bushing will help to protect the end of the shaft. I think the uni-bushings have less of a chance of getting damaged (non usable) than the pin nocks.
    I know it's personal preference and the pin nocks are fine, I just prefer the uni-bushing set up.
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    Thanks for the help! I hear what you're saying about pin nocks (I can get the same way about things), it's good to know that if I don't like them I have another option.

    I'll give them a shot and let you guys know how I like them.

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    I hunted with my X-Ringer 350HV's. It got the job done. I shot my doe 25 yds quartering away. Arrow passed through except the last 3-4 inches where the fletchings were broke off. Can't say it was the ideal set up, but it worked. LOL
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