Gold Supporting Archer
My post #2 - "I don't believe in having someone tune my bow. They aren't me."
So may not be the shop. One of the reasons I wouldn't paper tune for people when I worked at archer shop. I'd have the owner shoot through paper and help adjust or correct what he or she was doing wrong....
You know and I know,,,,,nobody will bullethole a bow, and a second guy,throw an arrow like this !!! It's impossible to throw an arrow like this unless there was a significant bump on the bow upon arrow release.
My point ? I agree with you. But the differences between you and me getting a bullethole are very very minute. Providing ofcourse we are releasing the arrow clean, gripping the bow clean etc.
So the bullethole won't be so dramatic. I have never witnessed it anyway. This thing got a nose dive point,and a right 45 degree angle to the right. Almost as if the rest isn't level, and the nocking point is too high. Something tells me this bow was not leveled in a bow vice when they placed the rest on.
I'd scrap what the shop did, level the bow in the bow vice,set the nock height and arrow rest off the berger hole,and tweak from there. This was someone slapping a rest on. lol ??? I'd have blown a gasket if I paid for this work.