GrizzlyStik and Victory Archery came together in 2017 to form an R&D and manufacturing partnership. Both companies currently work together to design, test, manufacture and market the highest quality archery products in the world.
Victory Archery is committed to maintaining our reputation as the leader in innovative product design and composite materials technology. Their engineers are aerospace and composite material veterans that bring a new level of sophistication to the archery industry. Victory Archery is much more than an arrow company. They're a materials science think tank that’s constantly researching the potential of physical and chemical compounds to bring leading-edge products to the market first.
Utilizing the proprietary computer-aided design and exclusive carbon fiber materials technology, Victory is the only manufacturing company that can build our continuous taper-designed shafts. While other companies are repainting old arrow designs and renaming old products, Victory offers real innovation and we're proud to call them our partner.
Victory Technology used in GrizzlyStik TDT Shafts:
MAXXKE TECHNOLOGY – ADVANCED 3K CARBON WEAVE FOR LESS TORQUE, FASTER RECOVERY OF ARROW FLIGHT, AND TIGHTER UNIFORM SPINE CONSISTENCY
ICE NANO CERAMIC COATING – ADVANCED NANO CERAMIC ARROW COATING IMPROVES PENETRATION AND ALLOWS FOR EASY REMOVAL FROM TARGETS
MATCHED WEIGHT – EACH DOZEN WEIGHT MATCHED TO +-0.5 GRAINS FOR PRECISE SHOT CONSISTENCY AND TIGHTER GROUPING
SMALL DIAMETER ARROW – HIGH MODULUS 100% CARBON FIBER CONSTRUCTION .204 DIAMETER FOR MAXIMUM SPEED & PENETRATION WITH LESS WIND DEFLECTION
The Victory Boss
"I just got back from South Africa late last night after a two-week successful Bowhunting Safari on the East Cape. I was lucky enough to harvest a total of seven trophies my most prized trophy being a 40" Cape that I shot at 31 yards. This was one of the most exciting hunts I have been on in a long time.
This buff mock charged us 4 times before I was able to get an arrow into his chest at 31 yards. I had a Ph backing me up with a 375 and a second guy shooting a 505 Gibbs fortunately their services were not needed. I did get all of the action on video however it's definitely not for the faint of heart.
The arrow buried in his chest up to the fletch and within 15 seconds he was in pretty bad shape. I did shoot him a second time at 23 yards behind the shoulder before he went down. I put two more arrows in him once he was down to make sure he was not getting back up.
I used the Victory VAP arrows with the stainless inserts and a 315 grain Ashby broadhead see attached photograph on the condition of the head after impact on the buffalo was absolutely amazing. The total arrow weight including the broadhead was 715 grain. My Hoyt Carbon Matrix set at 85lbs definitely did the job." - Steve Greenwood, Managing Director, Victory Archery