I have discussed this with the chairman of the FITA technical committee.
The following applies to the recurve division only. (Not barebow, not standard bow, not compound.)
A one-piece split-clicker is OK. A step clicker is also OK.
What you cannot have is more than one draw check device. The way the rule is now written, a split clicker that consists of a single leaf, that has been split, but terminates in a single piece where it is attached to the bow, is OK. That is one single device.
You cannot have two separate clicker leaves, and you cannot have two different types of clicker (say, a beiter and a check-it type) on the bow at the same time.
But, a split clicker that consists of a single leaf that has been split down the middle is OK.
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