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    Posted the same to AT, but diversity of opinions and all that. After seeing so many success stories and recommendations, I'm considering trying a clicker on my barebow rig as a training aid. I've never used a clicker before, so my baseline is complete ignorance. I'd like to be able to use it...
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    I remember a while ago I saw a post from someone here that used their Yost tab as a clicker. I've searched and I can't find it. If I remember correctly they didn't add anything to the tab, they just put a nail from one of the fingers on the tab somewhere and when it popped they shot. Anyone...
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    Every so often I get a bad habit of short drawing my bow a little bit. I hit anchor but am not expanding through my back. I did this last summer and about never got through it in time for hunting season but I did and shot really good all through season. I had a successful season in the woods...
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    Was thinking about installing a clicker on one of my bows. Right now my go to bow is the 62 AMO Striker Classic that I bought off of “Burntmuch” on this forum. I love it btw. But I also shoot a Damon Howatt Hunter a lot as well. I am probably gonna use the Striker for my first season of 3D...
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    I am looking for this part of a crick it clicker. Anyone know where I could find this piece? I am sure it can be purchased online somewhere. Thanks
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    So I decided to add a clicker, an AAE Cavalier model, as a training tool in the hopes that it will help bring some consistency to my draw length. That has been my most glaring shortcoming in competition....not reaching full draw, and hitting low. This clicker model has a wire that extends out...
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    Is there an advantage to mounting a clicker to either the upper or lower limb? Searching this topic it appears most are on the upper limb but does it have to be there to serve it's purpose? Thanks
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    Just put on a string clicker on my Hoyt horizon w/30#long limbs. Only shot about 40 arrows,my conclusions so far. 1.The 29"draw I thought I had is more like 27.5 2.clicker anticipation even at 27.5 is troublesome.If I feel the shot is there I don't want to wait for the click. 3.positives-I am...
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    Wanting to set one up, I have a few ideas but thought I might shorten the learning curve.
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    I've been using a Crickit limb mounted clicker. I have adjusted it to where it clicks as I expand through my release. My problem is that I struggle mentally pulling through the clicker on real targets. I can execute the shot properly when blank baling at close range.... but introduce a...
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    Hi all, I just started pulling through a clicker and I must say it has taken my shooting up a level. I am not really excited about hunting with it because it is loud. What is your signal to release. I noticed Joel Turner used some sort of pin on his riser. Are there other systems or gadgets...
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    Found a great product at Trad Worlds called the Sideklick traditonal clicker being promoted by the inventor (and super nice guy named Tom) at his tent by the warmup range. Fellow member Larry Wilhite was also there and had one on his bow. I also had seen a post by Jim Castro of this product...
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    A friend of mine has patented a clicker he has been working on for over a year. He started this due to extreme target panic. During the process of working thru prototypes, he asked me and a couple of others to try the clicker and let him know what we thought. I have been using it for the...
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    I tried a Hoyt Super Rest because my 5yd crawl was just not working... the super rest solved it as my crawls are tighter now (less) so now my Elite is unused so decided to try using wire pull mode, mounted as a clicker. It works, although not sure how to set it exactly. Anybody got any...
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    I stuck one of these wee beasties on my bow a week or so ago. It has worked wonders with my release anticipation. But I still have more work to do. Since I wasn't sure what expanding was I thought I'd experiment with different methods of getting the bugger to go off and see what worked. Maybe...
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    Just had my first session using a clicker. WOW! What an eye opener. My draw is all over the place apparently. One arrow it will click as I am coming to anchor and the next I am pulling pulling pulling willing the bloody thing to go off! :cussing: Really looking forward to seeing where this...
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    After fighting with TP for a long time I finally put a clicker on the upper limb of my bow. Oh why didn't I do this ages ago. In order to get it to click I've tried a couple of things. I get to full draw, set my back tension and when I'm ready I apply very slight forward pressure with my bow...
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    where or who has spring steel? Particularly wire. Looking to build a clicker for training. Looking locally doesn't render much other than vehicle springs or springs. Tried un coiling a few springs and can't get them straight (yes I'm anal) What would be a good clicker wire? Not familiar with...
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    I've dabbled a couple of times with Olympic setup at 18/70m and found I didn't really shoot that much better than when I shot Barebow without sights, I didn't use a clicker in either situation and was wondering if the clicker is the real game changer and not the sight? Maybe I need more time...
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    Hi there! A little about myself, I've been shooting for about 3 years and got into a rut with TP for the last 6 months. I finally decided to pick up a limb mounted clicker to try and resolve my issues with TP. It has helped a lot and now I'm shooting the best I ever had in my 3 years of...
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