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    I just bought a conquest triumph and I was wondering what would be a good case. I love my parallel limb skb for my reezen but I don't skb makes a case the triumph will fit in. So you guys out there with a triumph what knd of cases do you use. Do you like it? If you had it to do over would you go with something different?
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    I have had good luck with all my bows when traveling using a Brownell bow case. They have a ton of room; I have had up to 3 bows in the case at the same time. They also do a great job in protecting your equipment when loaded with either one or two bows while using the airlines. This case also works well with my Triumph that I have been shooting since last March.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JDX-- View Post
    I have had good luck with all my bows when traveling using a Brownell bow case. They have a ton of room; I have had up to 3 bows in the case at the same time. They also do a great job in protecting your equipment when loaded with either one or two bows while using the airlines. This case also works well with my Triumph that I have been shooting since last March.


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    I also use the Brownell and have had no issues with damage... great case.
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    I myself have been looking for a brownell do they still make them?
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    I wish I knew how to show this page, but here’s a link to the info on the Brownell case and contact info.



    http://www.brownellarchery.com/brownell-bowcase.pdf


    Hope this helps

    JDX--
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    Plano All Weather I believe will fit the Triumph
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDX-- View Post
    I wish I knew how to show this page, but here’s a link to the info on the Brownell case and contact info.



    http://www.brownellarchery.com/brownell-bowcase.pdf


    Hope this helps

    JDX--
    Best case made no doubt. There no longer making these. I do happen to know where one for sale. But he doesnt want to mess with shipping. Its like brand new and located in NE, Ok area. I wont ever sale mine and should buy this one!
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