You can't buy this
light and stiff arrow
The Liberty I Bow is perfectly fine with LIGHT 4
grain per pound arrows.
All other bows specify (Warranty) 5 grain per pound
as a minimum.
My opinion on arrows:
The Liberty I bow has many advantages: Light, short, high-
letoff and torque less aiming. The bow has medium speed
with conventional arrows. That is easily cured with light
arrows. 338 fps is a fast bow. With light stiff arrows the
Liberty I bow is perfect in all categories.
Advantages of a heavy arrow.
1) Heavy arrows make the bow more efficient by about 5%,
so shooting a heavy arrow with a 60 lb bow is identical to
shooting a light arrow at 63 lb.
2) The heavy arrow is also quieter than a light arrow.
Now for the advantages of a light arrow:
1) It is much faster and if you are off in estimating the
yardage it does matter as much.
2) It has less arc and you can shoot through brush easier.
3) Less time to be affected by the wind.
4) It takes less time to get to the target, reduces possible
5) You can take longer shots with your sights pin set up.
6) Penetration is only slight less and is not a factor.
7) The speed really impresses those watching.
8) It is more fun.
So take advantage of the Liberty bows 4 grain/lb arrow
weight lower limit.
A 60 lb Liberty can shoot a 4x60=240 gr. Arrow. A regular
bow must have 5 grains per lb or else you void the
warranty. Example 5x60= 300 gr. arrow is the lightest you
First check out your own arrows for straightness,
grains/inch and spine. Note our arrows are +/-.001
straightness, 5.9 grains/inch and .320 spine. Most people
feel they have light arrows but really do not. Easton and
some others manufacturers grade their arrows with the
ASTM F2031-05 standard which measures defection
between 28” centers. Example a 340 Easton arrow deflects .
34” (they multiply by 1000) Our arrows measure .320”
deflection for the 5.9 gr/in.
I recommend 2.0” Blazer Vanes (we stock) at slight 1
degree helix or less. We are now carrying the Arizona E-Z
Pro Fletcher, Blazer vanes, glue, points, and Ulmer
broadheads so you can do your own arrows and be totally
You can easily make our own cutting jig with a Dremmel
saw ($19.95 at Walmart). Rough cut the arrows by hand to
within 1” of correct length and then by mounting the
Dremmel on a board and backstopping the nock end and
twirling the arrow you get accurate cuts. (opinion on arrows
So take advantage of these facts and avoid state sales tax
and shipping costs (if shipped with bow).
THE FASTEST ARROW YOU WILL EVER SHOOT!
Stiffness + Less Weight + MORE SPEED &
PENETRATION (Jury still out on penetration) Conflicting
Penetrates more than a heavy arrow shooting flatter and
improves hunting success!
Up to 40% Faster -
Up to 32% Stiffer Spine
Up to 48% Lighter
|Liberty and Speed Pro Max arrows make a HUGE
difference in the performance of the Liberty I bow.
There are only two bows in the country (Liberty I and
the High Country ) i that allow you to shoot a 280 grain
arrow instead of a 350 grain arrow for a 70 lb bow.
MATCHED $159 per Dz
5.9 gpi, 320 spine, straightness +/-.001
Spine grouping: spine +/-5
Weight grouping: gpi+/-0.5 gr
|NEW! LIBERTY Arrow Shafts
Remaining HCA Arrows
6.2 gpi, +/-.001 straightness Speed Pro Max Only
14 doz left-then NO MORE -- $139/dz
blades to pivot
around heavy bones.
Double sided cutting
edge, cuts in and on
the way out.
BEST MECHANICAL BROADHEAD 100 gr.
True field tip accuracy due to extremely low flight
Rear deploying blades for huge entrance holes and
Innovative blade engagement allows blades to pivot
around heavy bone.
Back side of blades are sharpened for
Practice mode allows the Ulmer Edge to be shot into
standard broadhead targets without damaging blades
Reliable blade retention system prevents accidental
deployment in flight and in the quiver.
Heat treated stainless steel tip.
1.5" cutting diameter.
FASTER: 338+ fps
Less Wind Resistance
OVERKILL 2.5 times needed
killing power with light arrows
2.8 times with heavy arrows.
ONLY 3 lbs difference. A 60
lb bow with a 500 grain arrow =
63 lb bow with 300 grain arrow.
|New Return Policy on Arrows
Fletch and cut only 3 arrow shafts (to test) out
of the dozen shipped and if you do not like
these arrows return all 12 for full credit.
|I bet your arrows weigh Greater than 9.5
grains per inch with a weak spine of 400.
Shows how to make cut-off saw.
Higher Down Range Speed If you have ever
seen a high speed video of a arrow shot from a
bow you notice the unbelievable bending that takes
place. The vanes are almost going flat against the
direction of travel Weak spine arrows cause vanes
to be a large drag. Weak spine also wastes bow
energy with wiggle (bending) energy.
Speed Pro Max
|NEW !!! 75 grain Broadheads
*40 % more cutting surface than Mech.
*Only 75 grains
*30 deg. cutting angle vs 45 deg.
*$29.00 for package of 6 with 12 extra