Carbon Express Thunderstorm Arrow

Priced: $44.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Carbon Express Thunderstorm Arrow -
The same carbon-composite construction as the original Carbon Express, now fletched with Predator vanes. Designed for draw weights from 30 to 50 lbs. All internal components, including a tunable, press-fit nock. 8.3 grains per inch. Arrows are 29" in length and come with point inserts loose. Per 6.


  • Carbon-composite construction


  • 29" length


  • Fletched with Predator vanes
  • Designed for draw weights from 30 to 50 lbs.
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Room for improvement

Great arrows, my kids have lot of them. The only thing I don't like that they come in two different fletching color schemes and you don't get a choice of what they send you. So if you order several boxes, most of them may be one color and the rest the other color. Never equal number for some reason. When you are trying to divide arrows equally between two kids (which have different bows and arrow rests), so each has his own color set up, that is no good.
YouthArrows at Cabelas on 01/14/2014

Youth Arrows

As far as youth arrows go, this is the way to go. I have been shooting a bow since I was 6 and I still have these arrows. They are pretty accurate and really durable. The only ones that broke are from when I hit my own arrows. Get these for your kid to start out with and it will be worth the money.
-Good luck huntin'-
BuckHunter14 at Cabelas on 12/13/2012


The are very light and if you shoot them and it miss the target there easy to find and the a great for youth bow hunters.
Gingie at Cabelas on 07/10/2012

carbon express

love em!
4seasonsoutdoors at Cabelas on 09/16/2012