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Opinion on first bow

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I have alot  of research and this  is what I have  come up  with. any opinions? PSE Thunderbolt AC-350 Archers Choice sight, Gold Tip Hunter Arrows Lickety Split release Nocking Loop Peep Sight Kisser Button Doinker stabilizer All for 868.65 After taxes…… TIA Tim

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I’d guess that you’ll need to use either the kisser or the peep, but not both, as they work a little differently… not that it breaks the bank to get both, until you decide which works best for you… – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – > I have alot  of research and this  is what I have  come up  with. any > opinions? > PSE Thunderbolt > AC-350 Archers Choice sight, > Gold Tip Hunter Arrows > Lickety Split release > Nocking Loop > Peep Sight > Kisser Button > Doinker stabilizer > All for 868.65 After taxes…… > TIA Tim

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>I’d guess that you’ll need to use either the kisser or the peep, but >not both, as they work a little differently… not that it breaks the >bank to get both, until you decide which works best for you…

I, for example, use a peep and a "nose mark". ) I attached a small nocking point under the peep, so I find every time the correct position of this point at the tip of my nose! Works great and is much more accurate than a kisser! If I am to high with my anchor point there is not enough pressure on my nose. If I am to low, it hurts me. btw: A beautyful man can nothing garble. (a german saying) I mention it, because through the time I got a little scar at the tip of my nose. But, what do I all for archery……   — Sven

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There are alot of choices out there on bow’s and bow equipment, Doing the research to get the most for your hard earned money is recommended. Asking questions and getting answer. More seasoned archers buy there equipment and bows from practical experience, dependability, and performance. Knowing what works and works well under hunting situations and on the 3D course. When buying a bow they look for certain features like forgiving qualities, feel of the grip, solid wall, brace height, axle to axle length, speed. etc.. for instance the more brace height the more forgiving, the longer the bow same thing, low wrist -high wrist on the grip what is more comfortable and easier to repeat aids to forgiveness and accuracy. Equipment is the same thing we go with the products that we know will stand up, will not move once in place. Companies that stand behind what they make and wil guarentee it. if something breaks or falls apart they will replace it , and happy to do so. The more experience the better you will find out what works for you. Here are some of my favorite bow and equipment companies. HCA – bows, Darton archery-bows- Hoyt usa-bows. X-Ring-stabilizers, Sure-loc-sights, Bulls Eye- scopes, specialty Archery sights and axsessories. CR Archery products scopes and axcessories.- CR is one of my favorits! SMS vibration lab. PSE Carbon Force arrows.- take a licken and keep on going and .001 straitness. Carter Enterprises – release aids, Scott release aids. Methods 3D quivers and archery bags. PSE-King hip quiver for hunting. Good luck and keep shooting!

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>>I’d guess that you’ll need to use either the kisser or the peep, but >not both, as they work a little differently… not that it breaks the >bank to get both, until you decide which works best for you… >I, for example, use a peep and a "nose mark". ) >I attached a small nocking point under the peep, so I find >every time the correct position of this point at the tip of my nose! >Works great and is much more accurate than a kisser! >If I am to high with my anchor point there is not enough pressure on >my nose. If I am to low, it hurts me.

Hey! This is a great idea! Some folks would say you don’t need both the peep and the kisser. I disagree. The typical peek used for hunting has a very large opening. So large in fact that target shooters would wonder why a person would even bother. In hunting situations, particularly if you hunt from a tree stand, the angle of the shot can change radically from one moment to the next. I have drawn on deer at 40 yards only to finalize the shot with the animal 6 feet from the bottom of the tree. Try maintaining correct form at full draw through that exercise sometime.:) The peek provides some assistance in maintaining proper form. The kisser provides additional help. I gave up on the kisser buttons because my camo/bug screen face mask doesn’t allow me to ‘feel’ the button very well. The nose nock I could ’see’ coming in. I generally touch my nose to the string anyway as part of my alignment ritual. Just another tool to keep you ‘on form’. Again. Great idea.

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