Mathews Conquest Triumph Compound Bow

Mathews Conquest TriumphThe Mathews Conquest Triumph compound bow continues the tradition of competition bows of the highest calibre from Mathews. The single cam dominance combined with the consistent accuracy of the Conquest will still be possible with the Triumph. It may be a little unusual looking due to the length of the riser and its different design but it is certainly very effective.

The single cam and idler wheel on the Triumph are fitted with ball bearings with little tolerance between the bearings and the limbs ensuring no lateral movement of the cam. The importance of a comfortable grip on a good target bow should not be underestimated and the grip on the Triumph is well thought out and comfortable. Archers who like to shoot with a low hand position will benefit from this design.

The riser uses the Mathews Grid Lock design which features a significant amount of cut-out pieces along its length. The strength is maintained by this designed but the bow has also been made much lighter as well.

This is a special competition target compound bow that will provide you with the type of accuracy and ease of shot that you might have come to expect from Mathews.

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Bow Features

Solocam system
Ball Bearing idler wheel
Parallel Limbs
Grid Lock Riser
Harmonic Stabilizerer and Dampening System
Dead End String Stop
SlimFit Inline Grip

Mathews Conquest Triumph Bow Specs

Draw Weights : 40, 50, 60, 65, 70lbs
Draw Lengths : 27-32”
Axle to Axle : 39″
Brace Height : 7”
Mass Weight : 4.6lbs
Effective Let Off : 65%, 80%
IBO Speed: 325 fps

What they are saying in the forums about the Mathews Conquest Triumph

The Triumph, it's not that top heavy. I thought from the pics that it would have been very top heavy. It's slightly top heavy. Didn't notice it at all when I was a full draw. It aimed very well. The riser is stout like the Z7 only longer. Now that said, let me tell you some differences from the Apex/Apex7. The draw is smooth. I think it's smoother than the Z7. The wall is good but not super hard. Now, hand shock and vibration is slight for a bow this big. I owned 2 apex 7's and they have a lot more vibration and handshock than the Triumph. A good stabilizer would probably eliminate it all easily.


I have been shooting my Triumph now for about 3 months. At first it took some getting used to as it is so different from my Apex. But now the more I shoot it the better it gets and am now shooting personal best over several different distances with a best fita of 1397. It is a very smooth bow to shoot with a great cam and I suspect it will only get better as time goes on.

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