Really are you crazy what resource would this be other than having an internet notebooks ridiculous
I’m in love with the app and appreciate how I can mark my hits and save them, as well as our times and split times, but how can I view them? It says “save”, but after the shooting, I can’t find them and nothing on the app is showing it to me. Please help, I love this app but if I can’t view my data, that’s a big hit to me, and this app isn’t much better than your actual big brick shot timer, then.
Nowhere on the app description page did it say it was a subscription. I was just looking for a start and stop timer since the free one from surefire lost compatibility with the iOS updates.
Awesome app. Works as intended most of the time. Can get a little finicky when shooting steel but perfect when shooting anything else. My only complaint is I cannot get the start “beep” to play over Bluetooth. Wanted to hear it louder so I tried having my AirPods under my ear protection but it wouldn’t play through the AirPods. Tried putting it on a Bluetooth speaker so I can make that “beep” louder and still won’t play on anything external. Am I missing something?
Tried to cancel my subscription after the first month on iTunes, but it did not work. Emailed the company and never received a response. I’ve been charged twice now and it still has not been deleted.
Range Fox has helped me get my skills honed in wether it be out doing live fire or in my hotel room doing dry fire. The features are easy to use and take almost no time to figure it out. Each profile is geared toward you as the individual shooter. My hat is off to you Nate, this is a wonderful product
Range Fox is the range buddy who doesn’t have to be with you physically to motivate you to train. The great list of drills and shooter setups is an amazing way to customize your training experience. The app is really tailored to get us all out to the range, but in case we can’t, it even has a dry fire practice mode. The shooting community is in desperate need for this app. Great job!
First, I can’t stand apps that say “in app purchases” just to get you to download them, but that really you can’t use without an expensive subscription. Two, all I was looking for was a shot timer. Three, for that kind of money, I could buy a mantis x and have an actual training device, without any subscription cost. I could see like $3/month. But what was it, $10.99? Good luck with that.
Very user friendly and easy to navigate!
Very professionally done!