Re: Matthews Helim question
Unfortunately, many "pros" at the archery shops aren't pros. It sounds as though you need to anchor farther back. Sylvius's advice should work if you don't want to invest in a cam change. My anchor point is such that I draw back and get my back muscles into it, my elbow, and thus forearm, are inline with the plane of the arrow. At this point, my index finger touches my face just under the cheek bone about an inch in front of my ear lobe. Very consistent, very comfortable. I have a Hoyt with a 28" cam and it works out great. If I needed either a longer or shorter draw I would make the adjustments as Sylvius mentioned, not run out and spend money.