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    Carbon Express X buster arrows???

    Just read a post on facebook about a shooter winning with carbon express X buster arrows. Does anyone have any info on these? I'm guessing they must be new but I haven't heard about them yet.

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    This new large diameter tube (23 to the spine 350, 450, 500 and 21 for the 600 and 700) combines robustness with accuracy for higher performance.
    The best choice for shooting indoors.
    Spin 350, 400, 500, 600 and 700 for recurve.


    Looks like a new arrow they are selling all over europe but can't find it in the US yet. That info above is translated from a site in France and the image was on some Italian site. Looks interesting!

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    I'm guessing these are a fita sized arrow.
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    if they are 23/64ths then they are the same size as the CXL...wonder whats different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erictski View Post
    if they are 23/64ths then they are the same size as the CXL...wonder whats different?
    They are heavier grains/inch..making them more durable..I would love to try them.
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