Had my wheels swapped over the other day at the Bridgestone dealer. Watched them fit them then the young fitter walks around to each wheel with his torque wrench and tightens each nut to the set torque. All good to go I ask. Nah, not yet, the boss has to check the job. The manager comes out of the office, grabs a wheel brace, not the torque wrench, and hangs off the end of the wheel brace with all his might and says all good mate. Made me smile.
Haha yeah they are tight. At least you actually tension them.
Some shops just do them up with a 1 inch gun flat out with shop air cranked.
They don't realise that someone might have to change a tyre on the side of the road or how unsafe it is.
Even 'trained' tyre fitters often rattle the nuts up way too tight. You can get sockets that limit how much you can tighten the nuts, which should really be used. Rattle guns (even the cordless ones) can easily exceed the specs and you will end up damaging the studs/rims/nuts.
I use about a 600mm breaker bar, and give it a decent push.