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Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by buccaneerbowhunter, Nov 10, 2007.
What do you guys think of the Liberty I by Liberty Archery?
Think it's one of those things they're gonna look at in the future and say"What were they thinkin' in the old days"...:biggrin1:
I have never shot one but a guy I know did and he wasn't real happy with it...
Strange looking thing. I think I'll wait a few years on THIS bow. I've added pix for those that want to see this BOW(?).
DRAW LENGTHS - 26 3/8, 26 7/8, 27 3/8, 28", 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 adjustable by only +/- 1/8 inch.
No modules, unique cam per draw length.
DRAW WEIGHTS - 35-45#, 40-50#, 45-55#, 50-60#,
55-65#, 60-70#, 65-75#,72-82# (order by peak weight)
STABILIZER MOUNT - Center Front, 5” long fits case.
PEEP SIGHT - String angle requires special peeps.
SIGHTS - Only the site head is used.
CAM - High speed, high let-off, split cable design.
HOLDING WEIGHT - 10.5 lbs for 70 lb bow.
BRACE HEIGHT - 7"
AVERAGE ARROW SPEED IBO - 308 fps AMO - 242 fps
Using allowed 4 grains/lb arrows speed is 330 fps
HANDLE - Lightweight cushioned synthetic rubber angled
at 29 degrees. See photo in Design History.
STRING - Vapor Trail (prestretched) After 1/15/2006
CAMO - RealTree Hardwoods High Definition Green-Jordan
VIBRATION & NOISE REDUCTION
Sims - String Leeches & Bow Jacks
There's a shop about 2 hrs north of me in Albany that stocks them...
I guess the other thing that bothers me alittle is they call it "The Liberty I"
are they already planning a Liberty II...???...:noidea:
Plus the MSRP on this Bow (?) is right at $700. As I said above. "I think I'll wait" on this one.:crazy:
Bet it's perfect for shooting out your truck window though...:tape: