iTarget Indoor Shooting Range

Apr 15, 2016

Category: Tech

Unless you are Hunter Thompson, target practice in your own home isn’t a very hot idea. Worst case scenario someone ends up dead, best case you’re going to put a bunch of holes in your walls. The guys at iTarget are aiming to change that, however.

With just your phone, a target, laser-bullet, and your gun – you can essentially turn your living room in to a firing range. Set up is relatively simple. First you have to slide your phone into the plastic sled attached to the target, switch on the app, and line the phone camera up with the target. Once you’ve got all that done, you can throw a laser bullet in to the chamber, take aim at the target, and pull the trigger. The app captures each shot and displays it on the phone while automatically racking up your score. While we can’t speak to how accurate each shot would be – it’s hard to deny that this is anything short of awesome. The app will be made available for both iOS and Android, while laser bullets will come in .38 ACP, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .223 and 9mm calibers. You can pick up the whole kit for yourself starting at $89. [Purchase]

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