The day started fine, I've just got the new sights I was expecting for a couple of weeks.
I was so excited when I came back home, just put it on the bow to see how everyting was working together.
I've just forgotten that I had the draw stop in my pocket (removed it to machine a new one).
So I've made a nice shot against the wall and ended up with the riser in one hand and the string+limbs in the other. Both limbs just poped out of their bolts.
I've bought this E-500 used and asked the seller to set the poundage to the minimum. I think the limbs were kind of loose (lucky?).
Well, I've called myself stupid one million times
I've checked every part thoroughly and It seems that I have no damage.
But I'm a real beginner - this is (was?) my first bow, I want to insure I don't miss anything before I put the string back.
Could you please tell me what are the most sensitive parts? And what part could have been damaged in the operation?