Carbon Express® Introduces X-FORCE® 350 Crossbow

Steve Sheetz

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Flushing, Michigan - Carbon Express continues to apply its expertise in arrow flight technology to crossbow design with the introduction of the X-Force 350. The X-Force 350 incorporates many great features normally found only on crossbows costing hundreds of dollars more. While the X-Force 350 has many new design features, one of particular note is the tactical lightweight durable stock design, which has a one-piece ergonomic profile for improved comfort and accuracy. The skeletal profile with advanced composite material is built for the most demanding hunting environments.

The X-Force 350 also features an adjustable forearm on a Picatinny rail with over 5" of travel for customized fit. Other features include:
• Durable cast riser with rubber-coated foot stirrup for rugged dependability.
• Rugged heavy-duty compression molded limbs.
• Carbon Express PileDriver® 20" crossbolts with moon nocks.
• 4x32 6-point multi-reticle scope.
• Trigger box safety system for smooth, consistent performance.
• SilenTech™ coating for ultimate stealth and performance in the field.

"Carbon Express continues to be recognized by experts as best in class including our recent Outdoor Life Great Buy Award for the Covert™ SLS. We expect great interest in this crossbow as well," said Rob Reents, Manager of Brand Communications at Eastman Outdoors, Inc.

So, if you are looking to purchase a crossbow to experience this exciting sport, consider this ready-to-shoot model. It's a powerhouse package with deadly accuracy and reliability, all at an exceptional value. And, it comes from an industry leader Carbon Express, whose mission is to help you Shoot Better™.

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 Sheetz under Hunting News on December 10, 12 09:37 AM | Permalink

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