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Maxima hunter 450 bare shafts and Wiley-X polarized sun glasses

Old 07-12-2012, 07:53 PM
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Default Maxima hunter 450 bare shafts and Wiley-X polarized sun glasses

One dozen, uncut Carbon Express maxima hunter 450 shafts. $100.00
These run $140.00+ on line every where.

These are .298 spined arrows and will spine correctly for 330+ IBO bows set at 70 pounds.

I assume every one knows what an arrow shaft looks like so here's the link to the web site instead of a pic. They are new, uncut, in the bag the came in with inserts. They are not culls from several batches. All the serial numbers on the shafts match.

I was going to shoot these myself but decided to go with Easton FMJ's instead.


Dual Spine Weight Forward™ — rapid recovery and guidance control

Patented BuffTuff® Plus carbon weave construction — excellent strength and durability

BuffTuff® — the world's toughest and quietest carbon arrow finish with Mossy Oak® Treestand pattern®

BullDog™ nock collar — unrelenting strength and durability for nock end impacts

Straightness: ± 0.0025"

Weight tolerance: ± 1.0 grains

Spine selection tolerance: ± 0.0025"

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Also have a pair of Wiley-X polarized sunglasses for sale.

These are the Skeet Reese signature series glasses. Xcess frames with polished emerald green mirror, polarized lenses.

These glasses are new in the box, rep samples. They have never been worn or gone fishing. They've traveled around in a case and been shown to various stores in the reps area. They're in perfect condition and have the hard case and box.

These glasses exceed ANSI Z87.1-2003 high velocity standards so they not only work great on the water but also qualify as safety/shooting glasses.



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