If you need more carbon masks, we have them! Just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. We have packs of 5 for $12.50 and that includes shipping!
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If you need more carbon masks, we have them! Just drop us a line at email@example.com with your request. We have packs of 5 for $12.50 and that includes shipping!
You can also buy these in our online store!
If you’re interested in a Marc Anthony Bow Hunter Ghillie suit, we have them back in stock! First come, first serve. You can either use the online store or email us with a request for size and color. Remember to tell us if you shoot left or right handed too!
I’m going to sum this review up quickly; I think Vital X products are the worst in the industry! I’ve used their arrows rests and their sights and they have the worst customer service and the worst products I’ve ever used.
One major problem with the Vital X designs is their inability to make a product and then support it, in my opinion. It’s not uncommon for them to design a product then have multiple variations of it in the same year, thus confusing the very people whom use these products in addition to the archery shops that sell them. Every single archery shop I’ve spoken with that used to carry their products told me the same thing; they stink!
But then when you’ve changed your name several times in the last few years, that has to tell you something! From Vital Gear, then 4 Max Gear and now Vital X, OK, we get it! In my dealings with the owner Ben, I’ve found him to be, let’s just say “less than honest”. My readers deserve good quality products from good people and I’ve seen neither from Vital X, Vital gear, 4 Max Gear or whatever their name will be next week.
I hardly ever spew rotten things about a company unless they have treated people I know dirty, but Ben has done exactly that! Steer clear of Vital Gear!
I’m passing on to you some information from the manufacturers of this arrow. I think it’s important to understand the fundamentals of their design and usefulness. I am now testing these arrows!
Carbon Express PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme
by Patrick Meitin
A slimmer, more power-packed Carbon Express bowhunting option.
The superiority of low-diameter carbon hunting arrows is something more bowhunters each season are beginning to discover. Die-hard bowhunters have learned low-profile arrows aid penetration on big game substantially, while easily standing up to crushing bone hits or prolonged stump-shooting and small-game-hunting abuse. These are nail-tough arrows providing confidence that, say, a dreaded shoulder or heavily-quartered hit resulting from an animal “jumping the string” or otherwise spinning to the thump of a bowstring will provide higher odds of a broadhead perforating vitals and resulting in a quick, humane kill. And better yet, extensive testing has shown the PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme provides accuracy on par with Carbon Express standbys such as the Maxima Hunter.
New Bowhunting Standard
Lighter, standard-diameter carbon shafting such as the Maxima Blue Streak and Maxima Red certainly hold a rock-solid place in our sport for the average archer, but when bowhunters contemplate the most tenacious big-game animals out there, such as 900-pound bull elk or 300-pound corn-fed whitetail bucks — or when simply looking for the toughest, quietest arrow around — today they usually look to low-diameter arrow designs. As a consequence low-diameter arrows have emerged as one of the fastest-growing segments of the hunting-arrow industry.
Smaller outside diameters automatically result in thicker shaft walls to help create desired deflections (PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme shaft walls are twice as thick as standard PileDriver .244-inch inside diameter shafts, for instance). As a consequence of these thicker walls and concentrated mass, these are hunting arrows that are slightly heavier than average standard-diameter arrows. Bowhunters have begun to view this design as a huge bowhunting advantage – even those archers still obsessed with speed. Low-diameter arrows drive deeper because of this increased mass combined with reduced surface area and less resulting friction, but also create quieter shots by more efficiently harnessing more of today’s high-energy bows’ available power. They also happen to be less susceptible to side-wind drift on longer shots in open, windswept bowhunting settings.
Much of the widespread acceptance of low-diameter shafts stems from those faster, more efficient compound bow designs mentioned above. In short, we now have speed to burn, so why not use an arrow carrying more downrange energy while maintaining arrow speeds we’ve found perfectly acceptable for the past several years? These are advantages that help real bowhunters in real-world bowhunting situations make their shots more deadly.
Drive-Thru Hunting Arrows
Carbon Express has placed itself at the forefront of the low-diameter hunting-arrow wave with the all-new, aptly-named PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme, a.k.a. PTX. Expanding on the success of standard .244-diameter, heavyweight PileDriver hunting arrows, this is a .203-inch inside-diameter (“A-Nock”) diameter shaft with thick, bulletproof, all-carbon walls and proven Carbon Express quality construction that makes it the toughest in its class. To further enhance PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme performance as it directly relates to big game bowhunting, all are equipped with innovative PTX Half-Out Inserts. PileDriver PTX are offered in 250 (.390-inch static deflection) and 350 (.330-inch deflection) spines weighing 9.36 and 10.32 grains per inch, respectively, to cover the needs of the average bowhunter today.
Unlike other small-diameter hunting arrows, the ultra-slim profile works in conjunction with the all-new PTX Half-Out Insert to increase accuracy by reducing the impact of crosswind drift, and maximizing downrange energy delivery for deadly big-game performance. This PTX Half-Out Insert is a key component of the new PileDriver PTX Extreme Small Diameter Hunting Arrow’s overall design. The 44-grain PTX half-out insert is made of high-grade carbon steel to carry more mass, delivering up to four times more Kinetic energy than conventional aluminum inserts and twice the momentum as even other steel micro-diameter inserts. No more need to add weights or additional inserts behind the primary insert to boost F.O.C., broadhead stability and penetration potential. The universal-fit 32 TPI (Threads Per Inch) configuration also allows you to continue using your favorite brand fixed-blade or mechanical broadheads and field tips or those you already own.
Improved F.O.C., or Front Of Center balance, holds many real-world advantages. On release, energy is transferred from the bow limbs and cams, into the bowstring, and ultimately through the nock and into the arrow. As the arrow travels forward after string separation, that energy travels up the shaft like an electric current. By the time the nock clears the riser 100 percent of the arrow’s energy is carried by the point. Increasing front-end weight translates into a more efficient hunting arrow; one that is more stabile in flight, carries more downrange energy and penetrates much deeper through big game. High F.O.C. essentially pulls the trailing arrow along, meaning a sloppy release or slight deflection during flight has much less affect on accuracy, making it more forgiving and less prone to wild deflections after clipping a light twig, for instance. This leverage effect also helps the hunting arrow crack through bone and push through hide, stomach matter (on heavily-quartering shots) and muscle, the heavier forward mass literally dragging the arrow through the animal during penetration. Added forgiveness and stop-for-nothing penetration all add up to more meat in the freezer and more trophies on the wall.
Carbon Express Quality Thru-Out
PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme shafts come from the factory wearing exclusive lightweight but stable 2-inch NRG-2 performance vanes, allowing maximum velocity without sacrificing broadhead accuracy. They closely mirror the most popular high-profile, short-length “broadhead” vanes of our day for an excellent balance of speed and stabilization. The battle-tested, proprietary TCX Nock (fitted to several past Carbon Express models) provides a consistent transfer of energy, clean string separation shot after shot, and a streamlined profile that all add up to help deliver Carbon Express’ promise that you will Shoot BetterTM.
Like other Carbon Express hunting arrows the PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme is manufactured using exclusive processes and employing exclusive carbon construction methods, all designed to produce shafts with top-drawer spine consistency around their entire axis and precisely matched weight in each 6- or 12-shaft boxed set. Each PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme shaft is laser inspected for straightness to 1/10,000 of an inch to assure each arrow meets Carbon Express’ exacting standards. Hence, the +/- .004-inch straightness tolerances of the PileDriver PTX are a guaranteed maximum, unlike some manufacturer’s average which allows for a wider range of straightness deviances. Each six- or 12-arrow PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme set is also sorted by weight to assure +/- 2 grains maximum deviation.
The PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme assures bowhunting stealth with a high-polish finish that is not only quiet across any arrow rest, but also easier to extract from high-density foam targets. This also provides a slicker interface while passing through big game animals for increased penetration. Exclusive Carbon Express 2-inch NRG-2 performance vanes also minimize flight noise for less string jumping after release, stabilizing even fixed-blade broadheads with a minimal sacrifice of F.O.C. balance.
The all-new PileDriver Pass Thru Extreme is made for serious bowhunters, whether taking on a tough Rocky Mountain bull elk or Far North bruin, or looking for a quieter shot as insurance against good shots gone bad via a string jump on a backyard whitetail. Carbon Express proves yet again that it is dedicated to continuous product and technology innovation, a can-do attitude that has put the company on the leading edge of product technology and marketplace trends bowhunters can use to make their precious time afield more profitable and enjoyable. Carbon Express accomplishes this by helping every bowhunter, regardless of skill level, “Shoot BetterTM”.
Finishing up my last seminar of the year in Wisconsin last week, I hung out with Troy Landry of the popular show “Swamp People” after hours. Needless to say, he tried my Ghillie suit on and was having some fun. After he chased a little boy around acting like he was Sashquash, he settled down and talked deer and hog hunting with me. One thing for sure, Troy is a real hunter and not anything of a “Hollywood hunter”. He knows how to get it done!
He told me all night he wanted a suit to hunt hogs in, so I guess I’ll have to get on that soon!
This week I finished my review of one of the most exiting archery targets I’ve ever tested. That target was the GameChanger rotating archery system by CG Archery. It’s a compressed layered foam type of target that incorporates a rotating imagery of game animals from a chosen continent.
I stumbled across the GameChanger at the ATA show this year in Louisville, Kentucky while looking for another product of interest. Actually, I walked past it then stopped and turned around because it caught my eye. Russ Mason, the designer, came over to answer some of my questions and demonstrated to me how it works. My first thought (before he began to speak) was “This baby’s going to be expensive”. As a side note: Being expensive isn’t a bad thing if you want quality, but appealing to the general archery market is all too important if you want to stay in business. Nevertheless, I watched Russ with enthusiasm and he kindly answered my questions. So let’s look at the composition of this target!
As mentioned earlier, the target is compiled of layered foam compressed by a top and bottom plate. Both sides have scrolling spindles that hold and share the vinyl based, high-res and UV resistant game animal images. The animal of choice can easily be chosen by rotating the two knobs (one on each side) simultaneously, or by just turning the lead knob that carries the tension. The entire unit is weather tested and is suitable for outdoor use.
One neat thing you’ll find on each image is the description of the animal and its relative size.
The idea I like the best is most of these animals are 50% life size, so when you shoot a 20 yard shot, it’s equivalent to a shot at 40 yards. Others are at 30% life size and the new Turkey Slam roll is actual size. All targets have designated kill and vital zones too!
For those of you that are interested, it took a lot of work to compile high resolution imagery from around the world that also happen to be broadside in nature. They researched the species, and provided a shooting scenario for each target. All of the images, (as stated above but to reiterate), are on a UV and weather resistant vinyl-type of medium. Tired of shooting North American game animals? No problem, African animals can be ordered on another roll of images! Each roll can be purchased with either vitals, or ASA approved scoring patterns. How about this idea: Want to shoot with family and friends while having a BBQ? Try their game roll which consist of Tic Tac Toe, Dart board or a choice of many more games. Now that’s cool!
OK, let’s look at the feasibility of this product. For comparison, It’s important for me to mention that this unit is the cream of the crop and the most expensive target CG sells. You can buy it for $500.00 without the imagery or $650.00 with your choice of any image roll. They sell smaller versions in the $500, $400, and $300 range complete too!
Why this target system is the most cost effective
If you are a 3-D target shooter and are thinking of purchasing a dozen targets, I don’t have to explain to you how much that will cost. This unit alone will save you hundreds of dollars. Cramped on space? No need for an acre of land to setup all of those targets. Just a safe area where you can shoot safely is all you’ll need.
Another home run for this target is the fact that when you rotate the different available animals, the vital area changes too, distributing the wear and tear and prolonging the foam layers.
Check this out! If you’re an outfitter, this system is for you. Here’s an opportunity to really impress your clients and to give them another reason to come back next year. You can take your best trail camera images of the bucks that are roaming your property and send them in to GC. For a fee, they can place those images on a roll for you and your clients will be practicing on the very same bucks they’ll be hunting! How cool is that? Pretty cool, if you were to ask me. That service is called the Hit List.
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Here’s a detailed image off the GameChanger features
The people at GC explained to me that they have shot over 15,000 times into the GameChanger and that target is still in use today! The rotation of foam layers can be performed in just a few minutes and can be repeated a few times before actually replacing any of the layers. It seems this target can last a long time!
I highly recommend this product as being one of the best, if not THE best target system I’ve tested. Everything is well thought out and properly designed. If you want a target system that will save you from having to buy a multitude of different targets, can be customized and will serve many different needs, I suggest you check out the Game Changer at GC Archery soon!
With bow season just around the corner for most of us, you can imagine my excitement as the UPS man showed up with the Barnett Ghost 410 for me to review. With the laws changing from state to state, the crossbow is the newest kid on the block. Anticipation for crossbow seasons in many areas around the country has reached its peak not just for crossbow enthusiasts, but also for individuals who have lost their physical ability to hunt with a traditional bow.
When I designed the bow hunting Ghillie suit with my name on it, I was amazed how many former hunters emailed me or stopped by to talk to me after one of my seminars to tell me how excited they were to be back in the game. Older and physically challenged people who were once thought to have hung up their equipment and unable to climb a tree, are now hunting from the ground in one of my suits and have the ability to bow hunt during the warmer months of deer season. For many of them, it’s like they were given another chance at life! That holds true regarding the crossbow too! When they couldn’t climb a tree stand or draw back a bow, the reality of our inability to remain youthful can be a bit depressing. Well, that’s changing!
More and more people are now flocking to the stores in search of the perfect crossbow. That “perfect” crossbow may be based on price, quality or performance. Whatever the reason, they want the best of all worlds and they want it to last. In my years of testing hunting products, rarely has a product excelled in all categories by my standards, but I believe the Ghost 410 has.
Ft. lbs of Energy
Out of the box, 1 Allen screw was all it took to assemble the riser to the stock. From there, 2 more screws to hold the quiver and that was that. The scope was pre-installed from the factory and was dead-on @30 yards. All of the hardware was properly identified and the instructions were very simple. It came with a rope cocking device (RCD), a sling, 3 bolts (arrows) and some other extra items that you can use to customize the bow with.
What a difference it makes when a company of over 50 years in the business building crossbows is compared to “pop up” companies trying to get in on the action in the 11th hour. Barnett is well ahead of their game! I particularly like their safety mechanism and feel it’s the best in the industry. Now, not all hunters will show the signs of enthusiasm I do for safety features, but look at it this way; if someone were to get injured, wouldn’t it leave a bad taste in your mouth? These are tools, weapons and anything but toys! They are built for us to enjoy, so I can’t stress safety enough (just ask my 3 children how much fun it was having their father, a former pilot and flight instructor, teach them how to drive a car safely).
Barnett’s safety incorporates an anti-dry fire feature along with its ability to lock the trigger. The safety is automatically engaged once the bow is cocked. Once cocked, the bolt is simply inserted into the flight rail and the bow is now ready for action. This greatly minimizes the risk of injury when handling this bow.
Another feature Barnett has been incorporating into its lineup recently, is their Carbon Lite Technology which greatly reduces weight in their riser and shifts it back towards the shooter. That alone helps make the Ghost 410 a dream to shoot! When you add near perfect trigger pressure, comfortable grips and a scope that works well, you have a crossbow that needs nothing but a person behind it to enjoy the fruits of Barnett’s labor.
One thing I can say for sure is the fact that with each and every crossbow I’ve ever tested from Barnett, their quality has always been consistent. That reflects back to a company that has total quality control over their products. I wish I could say that with the other manufacturers bows I’ve tested. I’ve had bows sent to me that the camouflage paint started chipping as soon as I removed it from the box, the safety switch poorly identified, uneven weigh distribution and so many other things wrong with them. Maybe you can see why I’m happy to give the Barnett Ghost 410 not only a thumbs-up, but rather the best I’ve tested!
Barnett does make a Crank Cocking Device if you want to purchase that extra. It makes it even easier to cock your bow than the RCD.
Bottom line; if you want one of the fastest production crossbows on the market, one of the finest ever built and a product that will last for years, I highly recommend the Ghost 410! For more information regarding the Barnett Ghost 410, please visit their website: Barnett.
Prices on the internet have ranged from $790-$1000 for the Ghost 410, which is compatible for a high-end bow.
I had the opportunity to review a very interesting broadhead this week. It’s called the Toxic broadhead and it’s manufactured in the USA by Flying Arrow Archery from MT.
As you can see from this image, it has a very unique design worthy of investigating. It nearly replicates the shape of a 3 leaf clover and leaves an equal imprint on whatever gets in its path. Whether or not it damages tissue isn’t the question. How well it flies is!
Hurling a cylindrical shaped object with more surface cutting material than a normal 3 sided broadhead will unequivocally damage more flesh when applied under the same force. As stated above; how it travels to its destination will ultimately determine whether or not you’ll be bringing home your game with a tag on it though! Flight is everything in archery, especially in bow hunting. Second chances are few and far between and the thought of crippling an animal is something any respectable hunter wants to avoid.
The broadhead I tested was a 100 grain head. I shot it in two different days; one windy and one in calm conditions. I shot into a traditional foam target at 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 yards. I attached the head to a Victory VAP arrow and powered it with my Bear Carnage set @70 pounds draw weight. I custom fletched my vanes with a helical offset. All of this data matters if you are using my results for your benefit, so please make note of it.
In a nutshell, here’s what I found:
1. The broadhead damages foam better than a traditional 3 sided head.
2. Flight characteristics are surprisingly good but different.
3. Compensation for wind is minimal.
4. Deflection at angles are more severe than a traditional broadhead.
5. The Toxic actually generates lift.
6. Penetration isn’t as good as a low profile 3 bladed fixed broadhead.
For the record, I rarely shoot a broadhead into a barrel or plywood to test durability. When I’m finished with my flight testing, I’ll purposely slam it into a layered unit of materials I created, not to see if it will break, but rather to see where and how it will break when a tremendous amount of force is applied to it. Weak links are quickly exposed using this method. The Toxic blades are properly fortified and the chiseled tip held its ground.
As noted earlier, this head will generate lift because of its design. It’s not a lot of lift but nevertheless it does fly higher and drop less than some of the traditional 3 bladed heads I compared them to. The curvature of the blade creates a slight “camber” which in turns generates lift. Anywhere lift is found, the component of drag will be at its side. With drag, comes a slight loss of speed. So which do you prefer; less drop and less speed or more drop and more speed?
The lift and drag generated by the Toxic are both minimal. Every broadhead has its flight characteristics, and this just happens to be theirs. These results are to be taken into consideration if you shoot a comparable setup like mine and decide to pilot your next set of arrows with these. All in all, I liked them very much and found them to be very intriguing. I would recommend these broadheads and suggest you practice with them prior to any hunt. I would be willing to bet some huge blood trails and easy recoveries when packing these little monsters!
Pricing is comparable to other broadheads on the market and I’ve found them in 3 packs for just under $30.00. More information can be found by visiting their website http://flyingarrowmontana.com . If you would like to view my video on the wound channels, please do so below. Toxic broadheads get a “Thumbs Up” from me.
NOTE: From the manufacturer:
1. They do not recommend shooting helical fletching as helical may cause erratic flight. Straight fletching is recommended .
Here’s some interesting facts I thought I would share with you from Carbon Express. It pertains to the new CX Maxima Red shafts that are in production now. I found this article very interesting for 2 reasons; first it identify’s the forces an arrow has to endure and second, I’ll be testing their Pile Driver arrows soon. Hopefully, I’ll be able to test these CX Maxima’s too! Enjoy the article, it’s a good one!
CX Maxima RED
The new Maxima RED is a breakthrough in controlling Dynamic Spine. By Bob Humphrey
Football aficionados know the significance of the red zone. It’s the most important part of the football field. Control the red zone and you control the game. Unlike a football field, the most critical part of an arrow shaft is in the middle. That’s why the folks at Carbon Express refer to the middle of their new Maxima RED arrows as the “RED ZONE.” And they’ve figured out a way to manage dynamic arrow spine there, and put you in control of the game.
The nock, shaft and broadhead represent something of a “holey” trinity of bowhunting, holey in this case referring to how close you come to putting successive arrows in the same hole.
The more you control these variables, the better you shoot, and the whole becomes greater than the sum of its parts. And it’s probably fair to say that of the three, the shaft is the most important variable.
Consistency is the ultimate goal of those who shoot, and make arrows. Greater consistency in materials and construction produces greater consistency in results, which is essentially the definition of precision. It also leads to increased accuracy.
The Carbon Express design and engineering team has always gone to great lengths to ensure their arrows are consistent, and as a result, your shooting is more accurate. They use some of the most sophisticated equipment in the industry for manufacturing and testing their arrows for straightness, weight and static spine (the relative stiffness of a shaft). Tighter tolerances in all three produce greater precision and accuracy. In short, you shoot better.
It is sometimes said, in sports and in business that getting to the top is tough, but staying there is tougher. Carbon Express has long held a position among the leaders in terms of arrow straightness and weight consistency, but they’ve never been content to rest on their laurels. Still unsatisfied with the results, they recently decided it was time to look elsewhere, at dynamic spine, to build a better arrow.
If there’s a holy trinity, there’s also an “un-holey” trinity of arrow performance: Archer’s Paradox, Oscillation and Planning.
Archer’s paradox refers to the phenomenon where an arrow does not travel precisely in the direction it is pointed when the bowstring is released. At release, there is a sudden and explosive transfer of energy from the bowstring to the arrow, which causes the shaft to bend, or flex. The relative stiffness – how much it flexes – is referred to as dynamic spine.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. The shaft first bends one way, then the other, and continues to bend or oscillate as it flies, until it eventually recovers and flies straight. The greater and more prolonged the oscillation, the less stable the flight, and the less accurate the shot.
At the front of this flying arrow shaft is a broadhead, the blades of which act like “wings,” causing it to plane. They also exaggerate the effects of arrow flexing and oscillation in flight, which reduces accuracy and increases the time and effort required for tuning. The quicker and more effectively you can control these factors, the more precise and accurate the shot.
Until now, dynamic spine was managed by giving careful consideration to all the following variables:
1) Arrow shaft material, length, diameter and wall thickness
2) Fletching weight, angle, shape and clearance
3) Nock weight, fit and – as we’ve learned more recently – precision;
4) Point weight and style and
5) Arrow rest type and positioning.
If only there was an easier way to manage dynamic spine.
A New Wave
You can’t alter the laws of physics, and therefore archer’s paradox. However, the engineers at Carbon Express discovered a way to use physics against archer’s paradox. By restricting the dynamic spine flexing to the center of the shaft – the RED ZONE – instead of on the ends (like most arrows), they produced a shaft that oscillates less than other arrows. As a result, the arrow recovers from archer’s paradox oscillation – becomes stable – more quickly and thus produces dramatically improved accuracy, especially when shooting a broadhead. It also de-emphasizes the importance of the other variables. The Maxima® RED™ manages dynamic spine so well, it only requires two spine sizes to match bows from 40-92 pound of draw weight.
The Maxima RED is extremely forgiving because of the way it’s built. Carbon Express uses proprietary manufacturing techniques, different types of carbon and a new, hi-tech carbon design to build the shaft. Stiffer ends contain the arrow’s flex to “RED ZONE”™® when launched and throughout its flight. The process also produces superior spine consistency with matched weight of each arrow in a boxed set.
But Wait… There’s More
In case the above is not enough to convince you, Maxima RED arrows are also loaded with other features, some of which are already familiar to Carbon Express shooters.
LaunchPad Precision Nocks – Designed in concert with development of the Maxima RED, they provide precise contact points for controlled arrow release, an aligned nock barrel for truer arrow flight and have a concentric design to center the nock in the arrow shaft for more consistent performance.
Performance Blazer Vanes – Addressing the effects of dynamic spine allows the use of lighter, shorter vanes, which further enhances speed and accuracy.
Diamond Weave Finish – The Carbon Express patented outer layer process uses 100 percent diamond weave carbon for improved stiffness and spine consistency.
BuffTuff® – This super strong outer finish enhances toughness while reducing friction and noise.
K-360º – Carbon Express’ patented process integrates 100% low modular carbon weave into the outer layer of an arrow for excellent strength and spine consistency
BullDog™ Nock Collar – Created with aircraft-grade aluminum, the BullDog nock collar was specifically designed to form-fit over the back end of the arrow shaft to protect it from nock-end impact damage.
Tolerance – Carbon Express laser-checks arrow spines and arrow straightness of 0.0001 of an inch to ensure each set meets their rigorous standards. And unlike most manufacturers, Carbon Express straightness tolerances are maximum measurements, not averages. Straightness of +/- 0.0025″ Max. and a weight tolerance of ” 1.0 grains place the Maxima RED at the top of its class.
When the game is close you need an edge. Carbon Express has figured out a way to manage dynamic arrow spine, confining it to the “RED ZONE,” making their new Maxima RED arrows a real game changer that will help you score big this season.
Carbon Express has long been at the leading edge of arrow technology, and their engineers continually search for ways to build a better arrow, seeking the necessary technology for a better design and better performance to help you shoot better.
Archer’s paradox requires some flexing. The key is to control that flexing in such a way to produce consistent and accurate arrow flight, which is what Carbon Express has done with the new Maxima RED.
Broadheads exaggerate the effect of arrow flexing in flight and act like “wings” on the front of the arrow. Managing arrow flex within the RED ZONE of a shaft reduces this effect considerably, resulting in improved broadhead flight.
If you want to take a peak of what Polaris has in store, click on the link and get a sneak preview. This unit will be released on July 29th. polarisrzr.com