Short time ago I did a stupid thing.... I dry fired my bow. Took it to the pro shop and had the string put back on (came off the top cam) and inspected. Looked okay, a couple test shots and it seems to shoot just fine. During league night the more I shot the farther left it went. I'm talking waaaaay left. By the end of the night I was almost 5" left of the X at 20 yds. This is after a windage adjustment of around 3/8" inch. Also the draw module won't stay tight. Took it back in and it was disassembled, shafts inspected, cams inspected, etc. Everything looked okay. Shoots smooth, no vibration. Arrow flight seemed off, hard to tell without a paper tune. Also it was mentioned that the riser looked 'twisted'. He showed me, and it does to me to sorta. Hard to tell if its warped or just a optical illusion. Rest never moved, sight never moved, nock point and peep still good. Either way have no idea whats up. It was suggested to send it back to Martin for a more in depth inspection.
My question is can a riser actually twist? I know now a days there is a lot of metal machined out of the risers, but it seems pretty stout. Kind of lost here, hoping that I didn't totally destroy it. I really love this bow. Currently shooting my Scepter 3, so I'm not without a bow, just without my favorite bow. Any help or ideas is much appreciated.
Here are the bow stats (no pics as its currently "in the mail"....)
2010 Rytera Nemesis---one of the first
hybrix 1.5 cams
stone mountain string (if I remember, still original)