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#961756 - 10/09/08 07:00 PM Kisser buttons????
cecil30-30
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I was reading another archery forum and the guys was talking about these and your anchor point.I know they go on your string,but do you put it in your mouth or what or touch it to your lips?Can someone give me a little more info on these,Im thinking of maybe trying one for a more consistant anchor point.
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#961765 - 10/09/08 07:03 PM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: cecil30-30]
smstone22
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Usually right in the corner of your mouth.
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#961771 - 10/09/08 07:05 PM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: cecil30-30]
duckhunter
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yes they do attach to your bow string. from what i know about them you want the kisser button to rest right in the corner of your mouth> maybe this will help!!???
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#961797 - 10/09/08 07:17 PM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: duckhunter]
cecil30-30
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Okay,I can see how it would help with consistant anchor point.How are they instaled?
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#961943 - 10/09/08 08:23 PM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: cecil30-30]
duckhunter
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you can purchase them at about any sporting goods place that carrys archery stuff. and they come with the round button and two metal crimps to hold it in place to keep it from sliding up or down..
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#961960 - 10/09/08 08:29 PM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: duckhunter]
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that sums it up.
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#962207 - 10/09/08 10:02 PM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: Bertman]
cecil30-30
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Are they easily installed?Can 1 person do it without much archery know how?
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#962594 - 10/10/08 08:34 AM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: cecil30-30]
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yes, fairly simple.
I dont use one because I think it is just something to fall of anjd lose/tear up when im hunting.Instead, I touch the tip of my nose to my string, one of my vanes is touching the right top side of my chin and my index finger knuckle is touching under my ear lobe.
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#962608 - 10/10/08 08:39 AM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: Buckblaster]
Gravey
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I use one. They are easy to put on as described above but it's nice to have someone there with you to help. As you draw back and come to your full draw they can slide it up or down so that it's in the right spot. Otherwise, you have to let down and slide it, redraw again to see if its in the right spot, etc. etc. until you get it right. Either way it's easy.
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#962629 - 10/10/08 08:47 AM Re: Kisser buttons???? [Re: Gravey]
Seminole39
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they are fairly easy to install as said before and can really help with consistency.
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