I havent "dry fired" one but have had 2 nocks fail over the years where the bow fired but the arrow didnt leave so technically a dry fire. Also have had 2 compounds blow up at shot release when cables broke, once at a target and once at a deer. I hit neither LOL.I never thought I was capable of it. Yet, here I am. Lol.
How do you know if your bow is damaged or not? I would assume string/cable stretched on mine. I'm half scared to take it to a shop a week before the season...Dry fired mine last year. Strings, cables, both cams. Called the dealer I bought it from origianally and was in a bowshop the next day buying a new bow. Terrible feeling
Check if your cams are crushed or bent, go over every part of your limbs with a cotton ball, check every part of your string and cables. If there is a bulge on any served section that is a broken strand of string. Check timing.How do you know if your bow is damaged or not? I would assume string/cable stretched on mine. I'm half scared to take it to a shop a week before the season...
did you do a full refund?Cam was bent, luckily I got a new one for $50. Moved my point of impact down a LOT like my 30 yard is now close @20. Bummed about it that, could it be that i went from 28.5 to 29 dl?