DRAW WEIGHTS - 30-40#, 35-45#, 40-50#, 45-55#,
50-60#, 55-65#, 60-70#, 65-75#,70-80# (order  by peak
weight) Draw weight
is adjustable 10 lbs down from peak
weight (Ask about heavier weights)
STABILIZER MOUNT - No Stabilizer is needed but if you
must use the Mini "S" coil by Simms
PEEP SIGHT -  String angle requires special Liberty peeps.
SIGHTS - We have special sights for the bow that keep it
light and compact, but regular sights will work.  Sight lights
work. See instructions
CAM - High speed, high let-off, split 4 cable design. Will
never go out of sync due to the non-stretch steel cables.
LET-OFF- 85%,  Stiction helps reduce holding lbs.
HOLDING WEIGHT - 9 lbs for 65 lb bow =85% let-off.
ARROW SPEED IBO-308 fps, AMO-242 fps.  Using
allowed 4 grains/lb (light) arrows your speed approx.338 fps.
HANDLE - Lightweight cushioned synthetic rubber angled
at 29 degrees. See photo in Design History.
STRING -  Vapor Trail (prestretched)
CAMO - RealTree Hardwoods High Definition Green-Jordan
Two String Leeches & 7 Bow Jaxs cable silencers
BOW PRESS - Is not needed to replace or change the
Not needed to replace a cable.  Bow press is only
need to replace cams or limbs. Most crossbow presses can
press the Liberty I. Really just not needed.
RISER - A357-T6 aluminum riser
(same material used for jet impeller
BOW LENGTH - 20.5" axle to axle*
BOW WEIGHT - 2.3 pounds, 2.52
fully loaded. World's Lightest.
DRAW LENGTHS - 25 1/2, 26 3/8,
26 7/8, 27 3/8, 28.0", 28 7/16", 28
3/4", 29 3/8", 30", 30 1/2", 31.0", 31
1/2", 32 "
(Left hand bows are available
Add $20.00)
Draw Length
 Not adjustable.
No modules, all unique cams,
cables, and string per draw
Liberty Smallest Compound Bow Shoots 4 arrows touching at 50 yards
Liberty's Worlds Lightest, Shortest, Smallest, Compound bow.
95.65% of the trials
resulted in a purchase
*338 fps
Above is a 4 arrow group (all
touching) shot at 50 yards by Bill
Light. The target rotated a little
with Bill is the father if Matt Light
of the New England Patriots
football team where he played
offensive tackle. Matt was the
first in the family to buy the
Liberty I

way aboveThe Sling Shot
Channel reviews the Liberty I.  
This really tells the WHOLE
BowHunt America bronse award for Liberty Archery's  Liberty I compound bow
Must see review video
of the Liberty I
Bow is too light to shoot accurately is a statement I
sometimes hear.  I ask them to hold there thumb
(with nothing in hand) up to a spot in the room.  
They then see how steady they are with nothing in
your hand and the issue is no more..