Carbon Express® PileDriver™ Hunter Arrows

   

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250

10.4 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Black/Mossy Oak Brush

Quantity:
1/2 Dozen

350

11.3 GPI

2" Vanes

Product Color:
Black/Mossy Oak Brush

Quantity:
1/2 Dozen
  • Heaviest arrow Carbon Express® makes
  • Enhanced with weight-forward technology for superior accuracy
  • Built for brute strength, durability, and unequaled penetration
  • Front 2/3 of arrow is finished in Mossy Oak® Brush®
  • Straightness tolerance: ±.005"
  • Weight: tolerance: ±1 grain

The heaviest arrow Carbon Express® makes, enhanced with weight-forward technology for superior accuracy. Built for brute strength, durability, and unequaled penetration. Front 2/3 of arrow is finished in Mossy Oak® Brush®. Straightness tolerance: ±.005". Weight: tolerance: ±1 grain. 2'' Predator vanes.

''My Carbon Express PileDriver arrows deliver maximum penetration and knockdown power. These arrows work as hard as I do!''
Lee Lakosky, host of "The Crush" TV Show

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by One flaw Arrows are good except mine the fletching isn't consistant on each arrow. I'm definitely going to get mine refletched. October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hard Hitter I have used carbon express arrow for years and love them. So when pile driver came out I bought them. First deer I shot with them arrow went thru stuck in ground before it even knew it had been hit. Best purchase I ever made. I shoot much tighter groups during practice too. September 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by hard hitter!!!! These arrows are HEAVY and hit like a freight train!! If you don't need a heavy arrow for elk or hogs then buy something else. This arrow is stiff as it gets and flies like a dart with my DXT set at max (around 73 pounds). My friend shot these out of his older LX and his Legacy and they shoot just as well through them. I loved the older cx 300 but these are just as good as them or even better i.m.h.o. May 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Arrows Two words... Carbon Express! I gave these arrows a try and was quite happy with them. They fly straight, have good groups and hit hard. You can't go wrong with these arrows or any Carbon Express arrows. December 20, 2011
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A standard arrow should fit in it
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Thats all trial and error start off with different weight feild points and paper test your arrows at your local archery shop
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6 arrows with inserts
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6 per package.
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Six arrows.
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what size inserts do i buy for these?
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They come with inserts
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The arrows come with inserts already.
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Any Carbon Express inserts should work fine.
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The inserts should come with them if not get on their web site.
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check here...

http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product_10151_-1_10001_54605_175003000_175000000_175003000_175-3-0
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There are arrow charts at all the stores and dealers, need to know your bow draw weight, and arrow length, there is a chart on the Carbon Express Pile Driver box. If your shooting 70lbs pull or under I recommend the 10.4 GPI .
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They have a calculator for this at the web site. I.E. 70lbs draw weight at 29" draw length with a 30 " arrow = a 350 shaft. and so on if its a light weight bow with a medium to moderate cam than it changes it all. get on the web site for the manufactures of the arrows or get to a pro shop to get it right . otherwise the arrow could explode on release.
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If you are talking about Grains you will need at least 5 grains per pound of your draw. example 60 # at least a 300 grains
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