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    Default Kisser button

    I'm kinda new at the whole bow hunting thing and I want to know if I put a kisser button on my bow string can I forget about use a peep site I know a kisser button is used for an ancor point but I really want to go without a peep site our hind sight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbie81 View Post
    I'm kinda new at the whole bow hunting thing and I want to know if I put a kisser button on my bow string can I forget about use a peep site I know a kisser button is used for an ancor point but I really want to go without a peep site our hind sight
    Question would you take to rear sight off your rifle.... i guess you can just wont be as accurate.
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    There are a lot of people that use just kissers.
    I tried one and the problem with just a kisser is that the string could possibly be in the way of your sight pins. That was the case for me so the experiment I did with a kisser did not work out.

    Give one a try, they are inexpensive and I have found out that it pays to try new things out as long as they don't break the bank.

    All you'll need to do is have a helper position the kisser on the string after you draw the bow and get to a comfortable anchor point. You'll be holding that draw for a while so be careful and have an arrow nocked so you don't dry fire it while you're figuring out where the best place the kisser should be for your anchor.

    Holysmokes, a member here, uses one. I think he has his kisser on the tip or near the tip of his nose. He's a good shot so it shows that kissers can work. It just depends on how comfortable you are with that setup.

    Good luck....

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