Using a kisser is a matter of personal preference. I find that the additional reference point is helpful in establishing a consistent anchor.
The only advice I can offer in the way of using a kisser is the big "buttons" are totally unnecessary. I presently use a crimp-on nockset as a kisser, but you can get away with just a few turns of serving thread or dental floss with a small bundle of knots.
The lips are very sensitive and will easily find a tiny kisser. The "button" is counterproductive because it adds weight and can be uncomfortable.
I used a kisser button for a long time, on my new setup instead of a kisser button, I took some serving string and tied a large knot where my kisser normally was, I found that this works better for me, not as large as a kisser, but small enough that I can still feel it in the corner of my mouth.
21 - 24 of 24 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
A forum community dedicated to bow and crossbow owners and archery enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about optics, hunting, performance, troubleshooting, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!