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Maxima Hunter® Carbon Arrows are the most proven and reliable 100% carbon arrow in the Carbon Express® line! Buff Tuff® Plus carbon weave on the rear 1/3 of the shaft, with a Mossy Oak® Treestand® finish on the front 2/3. BullDog™ nock collar, and Dual Spine Weight Forward™. Straightness tolerance: ±.0025". Weight tolerance: ±1.0 grains. Fletching color may vary.
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.
Buff Tuff Plus carbon weave on the rear 1/3 of the shaft
Carbon Express® Maxima Hunter® Carbon Arrows
Dont waste your money on hype
I bought these arrows on the hype of being the best but far from it yea good at home shooting a target but shot three deer and every arrow broke so I say junk just go for the real best gt pros or xts you wont be mad like me
September 22, 2012
Ive been shooting bows for a few years now. Ive been through beeman, easton, redhead, you name it. I read the reveiws about the Maximas and decided to give them a try. After around 25 shots right where I was aiming from 30 yards, Ive found these reveiws to be true. If your looking for an arrow that has speed, penetration, accuarcy, and tighten your groups, you should look towards the Carbine Express Maximas!!
September 9, 2012
Not The Best Arrow
For the first 3 or so months i was using these arrows the shot like a champ, after that it went downhill. I would. I was shooting one day and one of the arrows snapped once it left the arrow rest. And every 2 out of 3 that i had have broken. I know for a fact the arrow isn't to light ( 72Lbs with a 392 Grain arrow). It Aggravates me when you spend 14 dollars a piece on these arrows and you get bad quality! I dont know if i got a bad batch, but i will never buy these nor recommend them to a friend. I am disappointed with Carbon Express.
September 4, 2012
I have seen people talk about these arrows are not durable. When you shoot in groups and the arrow breaks than thats a gooood arrow not a bad arrow!! If you can break your arrow by shooting tight groups that means its a good accurate arrows!!!! Im 16 and i know that guys come on!
August 4, 2012
If your bow is tuned well enough to shoot fixed blades you cant go wrong with the G5 montec. They are the only broadhead that i know of that are machined out of a solid piece of metal. No welds or blades means no weak points. If your bow isnt tuned well enough to shoot fixed, then i like rage 3 blade. As far as grain, i shoot a 100gr, however 125 will give you better penetration and better FOC.
They all come in a length of approximately 33 inches and have to be cut down to size and then install the inserts. Any bass pro store or reputable archery shop will be able to cut them down for you and glue the inserts for you.
Most arrows are sold in 32" length, then you may cut them (or have them cut) to your specific draw length. Bass Pro Shops catalog does not offer that service, however most of our retail stores can cut the arrows for you.
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