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  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Houston Tx.

    Default Diamonds are forever, hahha

    hey im thinin bout gettin a Diamond Victory Bow. what do you guys think?

    ive shot a parker but i like the way the Vic. feels in the hand haha so maybe its juss right, anyway give me your hear says. thanks guys....

    and does anyone else but me really really like the TWO SHOT release? the one that locks and stuff... ? juss wondeirng,

  2. #2


    shoot what you think feels best. the victory is a great bow, no doubt about it. I prefer the single cam. Fast, Shock Free, and Good lookin to boot!

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    We just started selling the Diamonds on our online store. Since we are also a Bowtech dealer, I wasn't surprised by how good they are. They are great bows and great prices.

    As far as the Two shot by Carter. This is one of our biggest sellers. Probably the best index trigger release on the market in my opinion.
    Chris Christenson - Admin - Find Archery Shoots near you - Archery Supplies

  4. #4
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2004

    Default I shot the Diamond Victory

    I thought seriously about getting that bow instead of my Old Glory....
    I shot it at the ATA show when it first was introduced,I loved the way it shot.
    Had it all,speed,the equalizers,the braceheight,and quiet.
    I am glad I got my Old Glory,but,I don't think it really would have mattered.It is that nice.
    It should drill em'

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