Introducing Make Ready, the effective, easy to use training tool that will help you improve your performance on the range. It's more than just a shot timer, it's like having an R.O. in your pocket!
• Multiple start modes: choose between spoken range commands, immediate, or delayed start
• Designed to be operated by touch: use it in your pocket or in a case
• Use your headphones under your hearing protection: don't worry, we'll turn down the volume for you
• Practice wherever, whenever: use it for dry fire practice when you can't make it to the range
• Race against the clock: set a par time see if you can complete your drill before it expires
Want to try before you buy? Check out Make Ready Lite, also available on the App Store.
This app is not intended to replace dedicated shot timers for scoring matches.
Use a headset with a microphone for best results.
If you have any issues, feedback, or questions please let us know via Settings, Feedback.
Added echo cancellation.
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Ratings and Reviews
Does anyone know if this works with Bluetooth Headphones?
I tried to reach out to the developer and have not gotten a response back. Works great for Dry Fire. I’d give it 5 stars if this would work with Bluetooth Headphones so I can practice without waking up the rest of the house.
Works for live fire or dry practice too
-simple to operate
-has delay for practice alone
-adjustable sensitivity for live or dry practice
-the phone has to be within 2-3 feet of the pistol when “fired” during dry practice. So I hung my phone off of a tall lamp.
-It is an inexpensive shot timer that has worked very well.
Also I have only used it with the phone microphone. The sensitivity was at 50% for the live fire, and 100% for dry practice.
Way too sensitive
I like the app overall, but it was way too sensitive. I was shooting outdoors, nobody else in the range, and set it to 1% sensitivity.
Every shot recorded was followed a fraction of a second later by a second phantom shot. I don't know if this was picking up the noise of the case dropping or the slide cycling or echo or what. There's no way I could use it at an indoor range.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.