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I am wondering about your guys kisser button placement on the string. A professional archer told me that your kisser button should be no more than a inch to inch and a half above your nock point. If mine is down that low it brings my whole site bracket down so low that it is at the bottom of its travel. I was wondering where other archers have there kisser. I shoot a string loop with a 28 inch draw on a Mathews legacy. with a tru ball tornado release.
I am thinking of moving my kisser up to a more comfortable level. This might even take it off the serving as it is very close to that now. Is this a bad thing? Where is your kisser on the string?
 

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I sure dont want to change mid season but.......... The rut is comming up and I could shoot all day because I'm on vacation. I dunno. I just never really liked where my kisser is. And now my flechings hit my face mask real hard. I just dont like where it is at.
 

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I wouldnt say they are for beginers. I would just say a kisser is a matter of preference.
I didnt move mine but after season I was thinking about setting up a little different.
I can shoot without a kisser but I find it helpfull to line up my sight picture faster and more consistant. I use a small one tied on so not much weight is added to the string.
 
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