You will find websites lingering long after they are dead.
Again, I ask WHY? For a few years?Correct, once they own the brand, they own all the contracts and licenses, as well agreements with others, they own everything that went with. It was also a totally new platform to the company, probably why it was tested and refined under the Horton name till it was refined to the point it became Tenpoint Quality.
As we have seen with all the firsts in Tenpoint RDX bows, they are still quite unique when compared to OTHER RDX bows! Quite different in propulsion systems, size, cocking choices, than the bows designed under the Horton label but in a slightly fancier and more costly brand with more and different options!
Much like Wicked Ridge! A very good reliable bow, but manufactured under a different name and offering a lot less frill's for a much reduced price, while offering the same reliability accuracy and platforms we have seen in the Tenpoint name.