Fact, or "Fiction"? "You should use the same anchor point when shooting a compound bow and a recurve or flatbow." I am unable to contort enough to use the same anchor point when shooting my recurve, that I use when shooting my compound bow. Frustration is settling in. Because of a physical deformity my draw length is only 23 inches anchoring my thumb knuckle under my ear lobe. I bought a 70 pound recurve so I would have a hunting legal draw weight at my pathetic draw length. I know I lose 2.5 pounds of draw weight for each inch under 28 inches. Yes. I am aware my 420 grain arrows are traveling slightly faster than a snail. Should I state "The heck with it!" and stick to the compound bow (62.5 pound draw at 23 inches, 480 grain arrows at 189 FPS) or forget vertical bow archery altogether and use my .54 calibure TC Hawken rifle or TenPoint Titan SS crossbow for deer and bigger hunting?