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Victory RIP Shafts (1/2dz)

by Victory
Original price $0.00 - Original price $0.00
Original price $0.00
$55.00 - $77.50
Current price $55.00
If you desire arrows cut to length, please scroll to the bottom of the page to see how we measure.
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Looking for an arrow with the speed and accuracy of a small-diameter shaft but the durability and kinetic energy of a larger arrow? The RIP™ .204 small-diameter shaft reduces wind drift and the SHOK™ insert improves FOC balance while increasing penetration. This is one of the hardest hitting arrows in our arsenal to give you the confidence you need to let it RIP™.

  • Small diameter arrow – 100% carbon fiber construction .204 diameter for maximum speed and penetration with less wind deflection
  • Every arrow digitally spine aligned for increased accuracy and shot to shot consistency
  • Each dozen weight matched to +-0.5 grains for precise shot consistency and tighter grouping
  • Advanced nano ceramic arrow coating improves penetration and allows for easy removal from targets








300 8.8 31'' .204'' .265'' .001" Elite
.003" Gamer
.006" Sport
350 8.2 31'' .204'' .262''
400 7.5 31'' .204'' .258''
500 7 31'' .204'' .255''


Field Point Cheat Sheet
Fraction 11/32 5/16 19/64 9/32 17/64
Decimal .34375'' .31250'' .29688'' .28125'' .26563''

How We Measure Arrows

For consistency, we measure from valley of nock to back of point with factory components.

If you are measuring another way, please make sure to tell us. We are not responsible for arrows that are correctly cut as-ordered.

The two arrows below have the same carbon-to-carbon measurement, but they will be cut differently depending on the length we are given.

There are all sorts of ways to miscommunicate about arrow length. Some people refer to a carbon-to-carbon measurement (no nock and no insert). Some measure including the entire nock and no insert, or the entire insert with no nock, and sometimes an outsert is not considered when measuring carbon-to-carbon.

Here are three examples of the same carbon-to-carbon arrows measured in different ways. If you give us these measurements, your arrows will not arrive the way you desire.