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Diamond 'Victory' Wins the Day
By Rich Walton
May 20, 2006, 06:11

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The new Diamond Victory bow from Diamond by BowTech is all about winning. Whatever type of big game you’re after, having Victory on your side will make you the strongest, smoothest and deadliest in the great outdoors.

No other bow in this class can beat the Victory’s combination of design, craftsmanship and performance when it counts — when that trophy of a lifetime is in your sights.  It’s this commitment to quality and satisfaction — proven by Diamond’s lifetime warranty — that has made Diamond bows a leading choice of top bowhunters nationwide.

Diamond engineered the Victory to provide hunters with a bow that’s easy to handle and use — with the speed and power to handle any game.  It features a comfortable 7” brace height, a medium 33-1/4” axle-to-axle length and a mass weight of 3.9 pounds. Plus, Diamond’s proven single Solitare Cam design makes this an extremely efficient bow for any hunter to shoot.

Diamond offers the Victory in draw lengths from 25” to 30” and peak draw weights of 50, 60 and 70 pounds.

Let off is adjustable from 65- to 80-percent. Victory’s lightning-fast IBO speed rating of 306-314 fps helps bowhunters make difficult shots and bring down the most challenging game. Add all these features up, and it’s easy to see why the new Victory is a winner. It delivers a lot of bow and a high level of performance for an affordable MSRP of $619.

 

The Victory is also offered with a complete Timberline Accessory Package, which includes a Tru-Site Xtreme 5-Pin Sight, Whisker Biscuit Quick Load Rest, 4-Arrow Quick Release Quiver, Braided Sling, Peep Sight and X Flite 4” Camo Stabilizer. MSRP for the full Victory Package is only $729.

For more information on the  full line of premium quality bows for bowhunters and competitive archers, contact Diamond — a subsidiary of BowTech —  at www.diamondarchery.com.

 

 

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