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Old 03-12-2010, 12:08 PM   #1
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That was the "Out" House Archery shop in Waco, calling to inform me that a brand new shiny black Triumph has arrived with my name on it..
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Old 03-12-2010, 12:21 PM   #2
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That was the "Out" House Archery shop in Waco, calling to inform me that a brand new shiny black Triumph has arrived with my name on it..
When you get we need pics
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Old 03-12-2010, 01:26 PM   #4
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That was the "Out" House Archery shop in Waco, calling to inform me that a brand new shiny black Triumph has arrived with my name on it..
Everyone is really liking this bow. Luke loves his. Kinda makes me want to try a Mathews. Then I would own a Hoyt, Mathews, Bowtech and Elite.

Cant call me a fan boy anymore.


I think you should have that bad boy ready for Paris.

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Then I would own a Hoyt, Mathews, Bowtech and Elite.

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Old 03-12-2010, 05:49 PM   #6
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I have often wondered what bows javi shot. He doesn't talk much about himself. The brainy guys are like that. I think he probably at one time shot a Hoyt; he knows a lot about cam 1/2 tunning. If he is shooting the Triumph, I'm sure it must be an exceptional bow.
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Old 03-13-2010, 09:54 AM   #7
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So far I'm impressed with the finish and fit... I did figure something out that's been bugging me since the change to the top heavy bows... Hummmm
Here are a couple of shots of the stuff...

And the build begins...
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Old 03-13-2010, 06:10 PM   #9
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Test ready... Not satisfied with the balance, but my new Doinker bars didn't get here before the bow... I'd have bet money they would have beat the bow to my door..
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Draw weight right out of the box... no tuning at all..
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Draw length out of the box... 26 3/8" true draw... 28 1/8" AMO
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334 grain arrow 28 1/8" AMO measured (28" cam) 65% letoff... 62.2 lbs
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Mike did you get the 65% cam or the 80 cam?

My Triumph cam with a 65..and I don't like it. I have only seen 1 pro shoot the 65..The others are shooting the 80..some have put in a draw stop.

I have an 80 0n the way....hearing they are running a little long (80 cams) I have new set of B2 strings that Im going to put on too... hoping that will resolve some of the LONG Draw.

My triumph is blue, 65 lbs limbs... not sure if its going to replace my a-7 anytime soon but will give it a chance to.
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Mike did you get the 65% cam or the 80 cam?

My Triumph cam with a 65..and I don't like it. I have only seen 1 pro shoot the 65..The others are shooting the 80..some have put in a draw stop.

I have an 80 0n the way....hearing they are running a little long (80 cams) I have new set of B2 strings that Im going to put on too... hoping that will resolve some of the LONG Draw.

My triumph is blue, 65 lbs limbs... not sure if its going to replace my a-7 anytime soon but will give it a chance to.
65% cam.. and I'm not feeling any mush.. but common sense says the 80 would be even mushier... because it rotates further into the valley.. I like holding about 22 lbs and usually tweak the cable diameter to get that and a little tighter wall.. Of course I'm not shooting 70 pound nor do I intend to in the forseeable future...
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So far I'm impressed with the finish and fit... I did figure something out that's been bugging me since the change to the top heavy bows... Hummmm
Here are a couple of shots of the stuff...

And the build begins...
Figure out....?
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nice rig, i notice you shoot with blade over thriat of grip. have you tested the over wrist position and found it doesent work for you,or just don't care for it..this position has come up a bit lately and wandered what your take was on it.
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nice rig, i notice you shoot with blade over thriat of grip. have you tested the over wrist position and found it doesent work for you,or just don't care for it..this position has come up a bit lately and wandered what your take was on it.
Shot it when it was popular the last time.. I found no advantage to it then and see none now.. But if you try it and it works for you..like it does Jesse, that's cool..
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