A clicker is a blade or wire device fitted to the riser, positioned to drop off the arrow when the archer has reached optimum draw length. Used correctly, this ensures the same cast-force each time. The arrow is placed under the clicker - between the clicker and the riser, so that at full draw, the arrow point will be pulled from under the clicker. The clicker will then snap back against the riser making an audible "click" sound. This sound and the slight vibration it causes in the riser, tells the archer that the bowstring has been pulled back the proper distance for consistent arrow speed. We carry all leading brands such as Beiter, Cartel, Cavalier, Arizona, Win & Win and many more so you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to call Archery World!