I can't say for sure but I'd guess it didn't sell well. I know around here it didn't have a positive reputation, most people didn't like it. I never owned one so I'm only going by the feedback of others.
I agree, bow didn't sell good. It's funny though cause now there are a lot of guys that shoot them and have more than one. I had one for 3 years and loved it but just wanted to try something new. I wish I would have never sold it, great bows. Biggest complaint was the lack of speed, I shoot K45 so speed doesn't bother me like the judgers.
Had some big flaws at the time. Limbs would shift due to bad limb pockets that they finally got taken care of, the bow would hold like a dream but not hit the same spot more than 4 or 5 times then the limbs would shift and you would be 1-6 inch out of the dot depending how far the target was. Also some issues with cam not being center ect.... After 6-12 months of bad press they decided to disco the bow. Then they discoed the apex line and brought it back. The triumph was a great bow, Martin Dambsbo shot some incredible scores with it, but it was a dumbed up version of it.
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