Ok fellas! Getting no love in the help section. I joined the group yesterday I didn't want to join. I was at the lake filming my friends and family skim boarding behind a winch. I was bringing in the phantom for a hand catch when my cousins dog came running and jumped and grabbed the landing gear pulling it to the ground (from 8 feet I might add!! lol). As it was coming down it flipped and landed in the sand upside down. I tried to initiate a CSC as it was happening, but when i picked the bird up 3 of the 4 props powered back up and I powered down with the left stick. I started blowing out the sand around the motors, and the stuck prop was able to be spun by hand. I blew till they all seemed smooth and powered it back up, let it idle for a few seconds and shut it down. I also had to blow out the gamble as it was sticking. I got it to where everything seemed to function properly so I threw a new battery in and took off. I kept it low and slow checking all controls and stability. Everything seemed fine and actually ended up flying the whole battery. What do I need to worry about? I was going to give everything a good blow with some computer spray and do a IMU calibration, and gimbal calibration. I also took this as my time to join and load some logs to healthy drone.com everything seemed ok as far as sensors from flights before and after. Only issue I noticed was some battery voltage deviations, which were from logs before the issue as well, guess that will be another post. Thoughts, opinions, public lashings.... Im ready!