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Carbon Express Maxima Blue Streak Carbon Arrows

   

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250

7.4 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Black

Quantity:
1/2 Dozen
  • $89.99

  • SKU: 1805026

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350

8.3 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Black

Quantity:
1/2 Dozen
  • $89.99

  • SKU: 1805027

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The Carbon Express® Maxima Blue Streak™ Carbon Arrow is the most accurate arrow in Carbon Express’s hunting lineup. Buff Tuff® Plus carbon weave, Diamond Weave, Dual Spine Weight Forward™, with 2" Blazer® vanes and BullDog™ nock collar. Straightness tolerance: ±.0025". Weight tolerance: ±1.0 grains.

BullDog Nock Collar is a Carbon Express exclusive. Aircraft-grade aluminum collar that fits over the outside of the back end of the shaft, forming a barrier that protects your nock and arrow if it’s struck by another arrow.

  • Most accurate arrow in Carbon Express’s hunting lineup
  • Buff Tuff Plus carbon weave
  • Diamond Weave
  • Dual Spine Weight Forward
  • 2" Blazer vanes
  • BullDog nock collar
  • Straightness tolerance: ±.0025"
  • Weight tolerance: ±1.0 grains

Shaft Selection Chart
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Costly but good I have shot these arrows now for two seasons and they are very durable. Downfall is cost on these bad boys. They begin to get expensive when you shoot a lot. Little things begin adding up like the nocks and collars. Re-fletching isn't so bad on them, they take well but when shooting many times over I believe I will change arrows next year to something like gold tips which are a little cheaper. December 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by The HAMMER The arrows are amazing. They crush my hunter x3's bigtime. First group in my basement I pierced a fletching on another. Wifey got me a half dozen for xmas, now I have to go grab another half dozen when I get my fletching fixed. Cant wait to nail a bruiser, or the rabbit in my backyard December 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Arrows Great arrows, just a little pricey for 6. But they are very durable and fly straight. They hold tight groups even with the standard Blazer veins on them. November 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best arrow i have ever used This is the best arrow i have shot in the last 15 years i have been bow hunting. These arrows fly so accurate i no longer shoot groups with them . These arrow are the perfect weight to shoot both 3-D archery and whitetail deer hunting. October 31, 2013
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No, the inserts come independent from the shafts.
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No they have to be cut to length and the insert glued in.
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Yes, I have the RedHead Blackout FXD's ready to go !
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I need to know because i think im getting THESE!!!
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If I were you, I would stick with the 250 weight and probably an arrow length of roughly an inch longer than your draw length at full draw. Honestly, I'm not too keen on recurve bow setups but I own a set of the Maxima Blue Streak 250's for my Diamond Dead Eye compound bow and recently had to upgrade to the Maxima Blue Streak Hunter 350's for a stronger spine strength since my draw weight is 63 lbs at 29.5 inches, hope this helps you out.
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And what should you use to cut them if needed?
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I had to cut mine off about an inch after I got them straight from the box, and I have a 28" draw length.
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We do not pre-cut our arrows. Carbon arrow shafts must be cut with a high-speed shaft cutter. You may try contacting your local Bass Pro Shops retail store for assistance or recommendations.
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The BP store cuts them for me.

I have seen YouTube videos of guys using a dremel and a home made jig OR they sell arrow saws.
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They will need to be cut to your desired length at the store. I believe they use a cut-off wheel but its in a specialized arrow shaft cutting machine
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These arrows need to be cut to lenght when you purchase them. They are high performance arrows and the closer you get them to your specific draw length the better they will perform
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You can order them in 6 or 12 arrow count.
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Only 6, they're quite expensive for only half a dozen arrows but honestly they're the best I've used and I'll never switch from Carbon Express. I used the Maxima BS 250's until I recently upgraded to the Maxima BS Hunter 350's for a stiffer spine strength. Hope this helps
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you get 12 arrows per pack or you can get 6 in a pack, it all depends on what you want to buy
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These are 6 per pack.
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Yes, they arrows come with blue collars that can be slid forward. After you slide them forward the nocks can be removed and replaced.
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YES! I have changed some of my nocks to the lighted nocks. You really need to be at the store to dry fit them and see which ones work best for your arrows. I have the blue streak selects and the lumenoks worked fine.
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The 350's have a stiffer spine strength than the 250's. There are recommendations for your draw weight/draw length. I used the Carbon Express Maxima Blue Streak 250's last season but upgraded to the Maxima Hunter 350's around Christmas for the stiffer spine, I shoot 63 lbs at 29.5 draw length. Hope this helps
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It all depends on your draw lenght and weight. Carbon Express website has a chart for you to properly choose the size that is best for your set up.
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stiffness in spine. the higher the number the stiffer the spine of the arrow
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The weigh of the arrow is different, the 250's are 7.4 gpi and the 350's are 8.3 gpi. Meaning the 250's will fly faster and flatter
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The size:
Model 250
Grains per inch 7.4
Spine 0.413"
Diameter 0.290"

Model 350
Grains per inch 8.3
Spine 0.347"
Diameter 0.295"
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