Who knows, they might be willing to cut you a check for new arrows if it will keep you in their bow.
I have a better solution than that. What they should do is send me a +bow that has a different riser design (wider sight window) like the Predator
. It's not like I'm asking for a Ghost 400. The sight window is huge on that design. There is no way that this problem could occur with its design. Considering the amount of time, money, gas and frustration that I have endured, I think an upgrade would be an appropriate resolution. I have searched this and other forums and I can't find anyone else that has had vane damage like this. If it is a design issue, it seems that I would be able to find someone else with the same problem.
I purchased this +bow for my 50th B-day to cheer myself up after the Doctor told me that I would have to have a rotator cuff operation ($30,000.oo) He said that a vertical bow is out of the question until long after the operation, if then. He gave me a prescription for a +bow with a crank cocking devise. I'm starting to wonder if I got the prescription filled at the right place.
Edited by HogBane, 26 February 2011 - 05:11 PM.