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It all depends on hand position on you face.

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It's mostly determined by the ata of the bow, how long the draw length of the bow is and how you anchor. Most common figures are about 1" to 1 1/2" higher than the nocking point. Anything longer than than this and I'd recommend shortening the draw length of the bow.
 

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I usually set them about a thumb width up. About an inch or so works for most people------IF the draw length is set properly for the person.
 

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It should be just high enough to make contact with the corner of your mouth or other "repeatable" position on your face.
 

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I have a 35" ata and 29" dL...My kisser is 2 1/2 inches from my d-loop...I like the feel but just not sure.
If your kisser is that far up the string it sounds like either your draw length is way too long or you need to work on your form and anchor point. Usual reason for a kisser that high is too long of a draw length.
 
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