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    Stopped last year using a kisser after many years with one, don't miss it a bit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goatboy View Post
    Stopped last year using a kisser after many years with one, don't miss it a bit!
    i imagine if you used one for many years it helped set your form consistently, so now it is ingrained into your muscle memory and you dont need it any more ??

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    If peeps set correct and you center your eye in the peep why on earth do I need a pacifier (wHOOPS KISSER BUTTON)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    If peeps set correct and you center your eye in the peep why on earth do I need a pacifier (wHOOPS KISSER BUTTON)
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    That was my question.....it is only a comfort level if all else is correct?

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    I dumped the peep because I couldn't take a shot at a buck because I couldn't see through it. It was close to the end of legal shooting time but time wise It was still legal to shoot. I bought a no peep and shot with both the no peep and peep for a month. After a month I took the peep out and accuracy was the same. Like I said I used to shoot a ton. Now I have a kid and have to work a lot more to make ends meet. In the end I need another reference point. I chose a kisser over a peep because the kisser will not hinder me from shooting until the last second of daylight. If it comes down to not hunting or hunting with a crutch, give me a crutch.
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    Peep or Kisser both is kind of a wast of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 340axis View Post
    Peep or Kisser both is kind of a wast of time.
    For pie plate accuracy maybe. I never got into the kisser when I switched to a compound. as for the Peep I have shot test bows with out and you would be surprised how accurate you can get but its no where as accurate as with a peep.

    Edit. I should say for me its not as accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbusanga View Post
    why are you glad you stopped..interested because i have started using one and am glad that i have
    For whatever reason, it seemed that I was always adjusting my peep based on making sure the kisser was in the corner of my mouth. One day the kisser went flying off, so I started using string to nose and my knuckle where the jaw bones meet. For me, that was a repeatable, accurate anchor and I didn't have to fuss with my peep anymore.
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    Sorry, I meant to say having both on a bow at the same time is kind of a waste of time.
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    never tried one (kisser)

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