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I absolutely wanted this to be a gimmick when a buddy talked me into trying it, but it really does help. I've never struggled with archery, but I've also never turned down trying something that might make me better. Even if your fundamentals are great and your anchor point is rock solid, this will help you be even more consistent. It's also really nice for hunting when adrenaline can have you paying more attention to your target than your form.
At 30 yards and under, my groups can get expensive. With the nose button helping me hold an even more consistent anchor, I'm having to switch to a 5 point target at 40 and 50.
This would help immensely if you're struggling with finding your anchor.
After 20 years of archery with almost 0 change to my anchor point,I’ve recently decided to try a thumb button release. My anchor had to change to accommodate the release. The nose button has been essential in help keep a consistent anchor. I would absolutely recommend wether you changed something or not, it’s a simple easy way to get a very consistent anchor. The tip of your nose is very sensitive and you can easily tell if it’s not quite in the same place without putting hardly any face pressure on the string