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patrat78

Diamond triumph?

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Does anybody out there own a Triumph or has tried one out? Looking at getting one since thats about all i can afford.

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How much is it or how much are you looking to spend? I would bet there are a number of used bows you could afford if you went to your local pro shop.

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Oops, Sorry. blush.gif

I agree, there are some good used bows for sale "out there".

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You guys must shoot mathews then. It's a good bow. Make sure you take it for a test drive. There are (in my opinion) other alternatives for the price of that bow new ($500?) but I don't think you'll be disapointed.

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"You guys must shoot mathews then."

Not me. confused.gif I got a Bowtech Tomkat at Reeds in Brainerd, new in 2006 on Father's Day for $450 with arrows. Couldn't pass that deal up!

I was thinking about the ad for a 05 Bowtech Justice...

(and no it is not me, I use the same handle there)

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