My buddy and I were shooting our bows yesterday after he got back from his Pennsylvania hunt and his bow was shooting far down and way right. So much so that there could only be something wrong with the bow. He's shooting a New Mathews Vertix. We noticed that his attached quiver was bent and then assumed that the airline must have tampered with the bow or mishandled the case. His bow was stored in a new pelican case so it should have been very protected. After a trip to the bow shop today, the tech said that it was his limb bushings that were damaged and maybe not the sight and it would have taken 100's of lbs of pressure to make that happen. Anyone else heard of a bow getting damaged in a case with air travel? Maybe bow case didn't pressurize properly or release pressure properly? I'm at a loss. At this point, pelican said that they have heard no issues like this. ...He did kill a nice velvet buck on the Pennsylvania hunt so it was shooting straight before the return flight.