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iSniper Introduces iDryfire Marksman App

June 14, 2013  | 

Screenshot via iSniper.
Screenshot via iSniper.
iSniper, Inc., has released its iDryfire laser target system app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad iOS devices. The app provides safe, convenient firearms practice in any environment and helps users build muscle memory and confidence for live-fire scenarios, according to the company.

The iDryfire laser training system can utilize a variety of available laser training inserts, cartridges or handguns. The iMarksman dry fire lasers fit handguns and rifles from .22-caliber to .50-caliber. It fit 12-, 16-, and 20-gauge shotguns. Airsoft and paintball guns also work as laser simulators with the iMarksman dry laser inserts. Other options available are iMarksman simulators for the S&W M&P, Glock and the SIRT simulator handgun and LaserLyte laser training cartridges.

The iDryfire system and phone app are easy to use. Place a target of your choice on a no-glare background such as a wall. Insert your dry fire laser device or prepare your SIRT training handgun. Set up your smart device facing the target at up to 4 yards.

Press the "start" button and get ready. As soon as you hear the sound, shoot at the target. Review your shot placement and reaction time. Save your result and go again. Create exercises such as holstering and presenting the firearm, dry fire, and re-holstering.

The iDryfire laser training system is compatible with the iPhone 3G, 4, 4S, and 5. It's also compatible with iPod Touch 3rd, 4th, and 5th generation. It's compatible with iPad. It requires iOS 6.0 or later. The app is available via iTunes for $12.99.

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Steve @ 6/14/2013 9:13 PM

I purchased this app for my laser training really this one amazing app

Lindsey @ 12/11/2016 12:21 PM

Spent over two hours trying to set this up, one issue after another. The software and driver files that came with the camera were corrupt. I had to request that another set be sent to me. After I obtained a new set of software (which had to be verified and took about 20 hours of waiting), the camera was then not detected by my computer. I received an error about the device itself malfunctioning. The iDryFire software itself kept crashing as soon as it opened. I tried this on two different PCs. I do not recommend buying this product. Great in theory, but useless in practice.

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