That's an interesting idea. Thinking about it, it might be easier to learn a clicker without a sight. No reason to get hung up on it, if you're not trying to stop and aim (usual error).
There's a problem there. . . If you're constantly moving it, then the likelihood is that the thing which is not right, is not the clicker it's a hard lesson, as when we start we keep changing things to get better. But you reach a point when you have to reduce the amount of change; strive to keep things the same. Consistency. From shot to shot. End to end. Week to week.Don't start, there's already a hole in the garage side door from the kids 'play' bow that I may or may not have used. officer.
Feelings about the clicker are mixed. It gives a consistent point but I keep adjusting it as it's not quite 'right' - which is essentially what I was doing with my draw anyway. At least I've tried it and can see where it may help. My coach did some video analysis of my shooting from 3 different angles - the overhead one had technical probs, so just the 3. Been quite positive - I want to make sure I don't get any major issues early on. Not quite the 3 score and 10 but not getting any younger!