Practice your aim from the comfort of your own home. The iTarget Pro app is
designed to allow you to safely improve your marksmanship without the cost and
hassle of going to the gun range— and with the firearms you already own! Dry
fire practice is used by the FBI, the US military, poli...
Works really well
So I just got the set up yesterday and messed around with it for an hour. I started in the living room with relatively low light since my wife was watching tv. No real issues with false readings. Main issue with accuracy was due to movement on my part when depressing the trigger. It actually was nice to visually see how much movement I had when firing. After a few shots I was seeing less and less movement of the laser and more accurate readings. After a few minutes my wife wanted to try it out but she wanted more light on so she could see the target rings more clearly. I turned on the overhead fan light and started getting false readings from the reflection on the target. After maybe 2 min tops of adjustments, it was working perfectly again. Only issue then was after I pushed the start button my shadow went over the target and I got a false reading. I just needed to watch where my shadow was as I backed away. Having a 5 sec starter delay for you to get into position would solve that issue. Overall I give it 5 stars. It was fun, informative, and easy to troubleshoot when the lighting changed and false readings showed up. An app like this will require some fine tuning on the user end before it works perfectly so I would recommend this system to everyone. Thanks.
I’ve had the iTarget Pro system for a couple weeks now and I’m loving it so far. As far as I know, this is the best training system of its kind. I’m already able to see an improvement in my trigger control, accuracy and confidence in my EDC. Setting the proper light sensitivity is crucial for accurate scoring but even slight lighting changes caused by moving shadows and other factors can cause false hits. Adjusting sensitivity, however, is very easy and is a non-issue. I opted to upgrade to the paid version for the Quick Draw feature. I love this! I enjoy challenging myself to get faster and more accurate. After each shot set, the app displays your cumulative score, but one feature that’s missing is an average time for each shot. Please consider adding this feature on the next update. Looking forward to seeing the High Score feature implemented as well.
A fantastic dry fire training tool!
Before iTargetPro my live fire groupings were 2-3 inches (essentially tactical accuracy) at 24 feet. Two months of dry fire training with iTargetPro and now my live fire groupings are one inch or less at 24 feet. I've gained experience on trigger control, proper grip of my firearm, acquiring a sight picture, understand flash sight picture, firing from close range, acquiring sight picture with both eyes opened, and so much more. A total of 4,383 rounds of laser fire over a two month dry fire training period saved me $1739 dollars of live fire .45ACP ammunition cost. Bottom line, could I have done the same with live fire training? Yes, but it would have cost me $1739 dollars to gain the same experience. Highly recommended product for anyone wanting to improve his or her firearm training.
Decent training aid, but needs work
Bought the setup a couple of months ago and by and large it works pretty well. It registers the hits and you get instant feedback, which is positive. On the negative side, trying to stop false hits is a challenge at best. Often I have to place the target holder in a dark corner of the room. Have a adjusted the sensitivity settings numerous ways with moderate success. Just when I think I have it set, false shots start to register. Finally, there is a feature that allows you to save the target image to your photos. This only works about half of the time. That is a pain because you lose a target and you cannot analyze you shots. That said, the app is free and the expectation should be commensurate.
Bill from Spartanburg
Ordered this product and it arrived in mere days. Set up was super easy and worked flawlessly with iPhone 8. Spent the extra $4.99 for the QuickDraw shot timer. It works great too. Notice the number of positive reviews vs. negative. I’m not denying some folks may have been disappointed but the greater number of responses are positive and rightly so. Terrific product especially for the price point. Have used on my Sig Sauer 225A1 as well as my Sig P365. Might even give it a go with a Ruger PC9 Carbine outdoors just to see what happens. I’ll post result later. Hope I do as well when next at the range as I did using iTarget Dryfire System👍 -B
Excellent way to practice
Iphone 7. Had some issues getting used to how it is set up, but once I figured it out it works great. Seeing some negative comments/reviews here I could say the only one which I would sympathize with is making the holes less "ragged", and smaller, perhaps, but that would not be enough to downgrade to 4 stars. Friend has a Laserlyte system he paid almost 3x as much for, and it doesn't give you a record of how you performed. If you are considering a laser system, get this one -- the whole system costs less than the Laserlyte Bullet. Sometimes you pay less and get more.
This system allowed me to become a better shooter for sure. It doesn’t simulate live fire and the way you react to recoil but it helps in other ways that are essential to better shooting in my opinion. 1. Improved my hand eye coordination 2. Improved my aiming 3. Improved my shot grouping 4. Taught me good trigger pull and hand control because I would always see how much the laser jolted every time I pulled the trigger 5. Taught me fast target acquisition using the “quick draw” mode. 6. Saved me bullets at the range practicing techniques I didn’t need to use live ammunition for. Anyway just want to show my support for this app/system and I’d like to see the developer continue to make improvements to the app. Couple of constructive suggestions I’d like to see implemented in future updates: 1. In quick draw, highlight the bullet hole that corresponds to shot # taken. 2. Be able to change the shape and/or size of the bullet mark when a shot is registered.
Don’t waste the $$$
Set up doesn’t seem to get easier with this. Have to constantly fiddle with the adjustments and it still never sets up right on my iPhone X. The target is always a little skewed as I have to angle my phone to get close to a proper picture of the target. And I’ve watched the video and spent time trying to adjust everything. I’ve used in varying degrees of light with different settings and it constantly just starts showing rounds impacting on the target without me “shooting!” The sound works intermittently and I’ve deleted and reloaded the app to see if that would work to no avail. Not sure why that is. At $80 for the whole setup I’d expect a little better. When it gets close to working properly it’s fun for dryfire training.
It’s not perfect, I’ve had some false hits and some times when a hit looked different than how it was registered in the app. My iPhone 6+ in an Otter Box style case is as big as will fit in the cradle but it does fit and work. The price is great compared to other training systems, you’re learning on your own firearm, no reloading mags, no cost of ammo (I’ve already dry fired well over the cost of the iTarget system.), and no cleaning after a session with the iTarget. I had an issue that needed support and got a great response! Thanks to iTarget my groups have gotten much better.
Got to play with my iTarget Pro today. Very impressed! I used it inside and it worked perfectly with default settings. At the price, it’s just a little more than one trip to the range, and no cleanup afterwards! I like that you can practice from different positions and real world environments that you can’t do at the range. Great for practicing accuracy and trigger control. It will also be useful for introducing the basics of handling a firearm (aiming/using sights, trigger control, etc.) to new shooters prior to taking them to a range for live fire. Additional lasers are a bit pricey though.
Pretty good target practice.
Overall this is worth it. I would recommend to the developer. To change a few minor things. On the Quickdraw game add a countdown at the start. If I am shoot from a distance of more than 2ft I need to be able to get ready at my desired distance. Also on the score that pops up after you shoot, change the color or add a border, plain red can sometimes be hard to see against a white target. When snapping the photo of the target i can’t get the photo to turn out very well. It’s either too dark or too light and sometimes it has a green effect on it. I have tried to adjust the light conditions in the room but no dice.
Back porch training! Perfect!
I have a 8-shot 357 so it was an expensive investment to buy 7 additional laser cartridges but now my whole family can practice between range visits on the back porch with ease. I have mine setup on a camera tripod so I can practice on different height perps. I am thinking about getting multiple sleds and phones so that I can set up a “course” with multiple perps in the back yard. With this system, I’ve reduced my draw-fire-bullseye down to under 2 seconds. Much improved over my initial times. Highly recommend!
Good but needs work
It really is a good dry fire tool. Mine is perfectly accurate (only tried up to 20 ft) with a clamped gun on a bench. 3 observations that could improve it in my opinion. It could be easier to line up the target. My iPhone 6 barely holds in place with the target in frame. It could also hold your score on the screen a little bit longer before removing it. I can barely make out what it says before it is removed. The lines on the target could also be darker because I can barely see them at 10 feet. But still a lot of fun and good for muscle memory.
Good deal •Beginner or Advanced
I’m in a condo 20x40 so with a long hallway I can set my target at a tape measured 30 ft / Works perfect after a little setting / 1st thing that helped me tremendously was my led lighting with a dimmer as I could adjust lighting perfect / had it for 2 days and my arms are killing me / SO SO much fun and you learn at the same time / I put 1873 rounds on target /Its helping my finger control 100% /only negative is they should have made the Target double sided with the silhouette and offered it as and option /
I’m hated it, before I loved it
When I first set up itargetpro I was getting false ghost shots. It would just go off. I tried everything but couldn’t get it to stop ghost shooting. I assumed it was just another crappy product. I then reinstalled the app and it worked and continues to work perfectly. I have zeroed in all my green lasers at 20’. Dead on!! It would have took me forever and been such a hassle at the range but it was so easy with this tool. I love this product.
Yes. iTarget Pro is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 238 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 3.2/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for iTarget Pro Is 62.7/100.
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