I did send him a message telling him of the dangers, weak arrows, limb bolts etc and fair play to the guy he has added to the description that the arrows were not suitable and the limb bolts are now tightened back up.
He has also replied asking what is the best thing to do with the bow as he needs the money. May be worth a look Ben but I would ask him how many times he has dry fired it before parting with my cash.
However fair play to the seller and his honesty - he could have ignored you entirely or BS'd his way through a description; even though it seems destined this bow will go on to rinse and repeat this scenario, he at least has done the honourable thing.
But blimey, I'm surprised he has remained unscathed and only annihilated the arrows he did.
Using a 70lb mystery compound, backwards, with those xx75s and the limbs loose - he's lucky, this bow is indestructible or...I don't know what else, this would have exploded in my face I'm sure of it! Maybe he only types with one hand now
I don't really want to plumb the full depths of what-ifs a comprehensive knowledge of compounds would give me into this situation.