Carbon Express Delivers New Site On Their Industry-Changing F15 Broadheads

Steve Johnson

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FLUSHING, Mich. Carbon Express®, a leading innovator of high performance carbon arrows, has brought their reputation for cutting edge innovation to the broadhead market with the introduction of the F-15TM Dual Blade and the F-15TM Expandable broadheads. Now, to complement their devastating broadhead options, Carbon Express has released a website devoted solely to the patented broadhead designs. From spec information on the broadheads themselves to locating the nearest dealer, visitors of can learn all they need to know about both F-15TM models as well as the easiest way to get them into their hands.

The Carbon Express F-15TM is the only broadhead with dual side-by-side cutting blades. The two razor sharp blades provide six cutting edges and create a wound opening that is 250% larger than single blade broadheads! The result - significantly greater blood loss, a better blood trail, and ultimately a faster, cleaner kill. Because of the revolutionary design and unbelievable effectiveness, Carbon Express decided to give consumers the ultimate broadhead experience by building a website that covers everything from A to Z. No questions are left unanswered and visitors to will quickly see that Carbon Express has launched the two most devastating broadheads available on the market.

Both the F-15TM Dual Blade and the F-15TM Expandable feature an aggressive, yet streamlined cut on contact design that provides superior penetration and whisper quiet flight. The broadheads are so advanced with the patented dual blade technology, it's like shooting the animal twice!

About Carbon Express®
Carbon Express®, an Eastman Outdoors Inc. brand, is the leading manufacturer of high performance carbon hunting and target arrows and arrow components for hunters and target shooters. For more information or customer service visit,, or call 800.241.4833.

Posted by Steve Johnson under Hunting News on September 1, 09 07:55 AM | Permalink

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