The RangeTech Shot Timer BT connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth and interfaces with the RangeTech Shot Timer App (Free to download) to provide the world's most affordable, reliable, and feature-rich shot timer.
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Serious shooters use shot timers. Here are some reasons why:
John Correia from Active Self Protection on the range training with the RangeTech Shot Timer.
For too long Shot Timers have been too expensive for a lot of consumers to invest in. It is like a monopoly with only 3 or 4 companies that make them. With basically no competition they have been able to keep the prices over $110 with some of the models at or above $150.
This image represents most of the available shot timers on the market. This screenshot from Amazon.com shows that the lowest cost option currently is $109.99.
One of our core goals with RangeTech is to make shot timers affordable to every shooter. That is why the RangeTech Bluetooth Shot Timer is only $74.99.
If one of the core reasons for having a Shot Timer is to improve over time then you need to see your scores and times over time. For decades shooters have been writing everything down, buying range notebooks and keeping track of performance that way.
Now with RangeTech, you can save any of your shooting data directly to our web interface. Login and review your past data any time you want.
You can even attach pictures of your targets to any saved string of fire in order to have visual feedback along with the timer data.
The traditional Shot Timer has to be near the shooter so it required that it either be on the shooter or that the Range Officer or Trainer stand very near the shooter and follow them through their course of fire.
With RangeTech you attach the shot timer to the shooter but the data is sent back to the mobile device. If the shooter is running a course of fire on their own they merely need to look at their phone and if a range officer or trainer is running the course of fire they can stand behind the firing line comfortably without needing to chase around the shooter. They can even hit the “start/go” button remotely from the mobile device.
Since the mobile device effectively becomes the display for the information with RangeTech, the shot timer itself is smaller than traditional shot timers. The timer is 4-inches x 1.5-inches x 1.75-inches and weighs only 3.8oz. Less bulk and less weight!
In addition, the display size of your mobile device's screen is considerably larger than any traditional shot timer making it easier than ever before to see your results!
No more getting out the magnifying glass to see your times.
Plus turn your phone into landscape mode to get a BIG display of your string of fire!
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Practiscore for both iOS and Android features complete integration with the RangeTech Bluetooth Shot Timer.
Record times at matches directly from the timer into Practiscore without manually entering times.
Learn more about Pratiscore Shot Timer Integration
(verified owner) – April 24, 2019
As an instructor, I like to stay on top of new products. This one is a must have. It was ready to go right out of the box, instructions and the app were seamless. I tested it against a far more expensive unit and strings and par times were exact, sensitivity settings were also spot on. After using it I suggested an improvement that lets the alerts and spoken word messages feed through to my Walker Razor hearing pro and I was told that’s coming soon! Get this unit ASAP! Concealed Carry.com comes through again!
(verified owner) – May 7, 2019
Breakthrough! So simple and it’s ready to go right out of the package! Very competitive price (WELL under the big brands), good quality, runs off app (so updates applied automatically), and works great!
MacLean H Hess
– June 8, 2019
Phone will pair with BT shot timer, but app says it’s not connected.
– June 10, 2019
MacLean, I’m sorry to hear you are having problems. Please send all the details to [email protected]
– November 21, 2019
Excited that this technology has made its way to the shot timer. If you use it just as a shot timer that is fine, but the ability to save data alone makes it invaluable as a training tool. I love being able to see a large display on my phone or tablet and being able to change the setting on the device instead of pressing a series of buttons to get to the mode I want. Awesome!
– November 21, 2019
Probably one of the best training tools out there. The fact that you can save your times from training session to training session will allow you to track your progress and advance quickly whether for self defense or competition. I also like that you can see your times easily on the cell phone where this can be very difficult on other timers with small window that you have to scroll through. I like that you can charge it and not have to worry about batteries. My other timer eats batteries. I like that it is smaller than other timers and that you can just attach the time to the person. It is easy to start and stop the timer from the cell phone. It is also priced lower than most single unit timers.
– December 10, 2019
I use this thing every week. It’s simple and easy to get the hang of. 10/10 would recommend to anyone
(verified owner) – December 31, 2019
The RangeTech BT has replaced my Pact timer. The app is very user friendly and easier to set your timer and delay settings on the fly. Many more features than the other shot timers out there. The display on the phone screen is so much better than the little display on the Pact timer. Definitely recommend this timer over the competition.
(verified owner) – March 10, 2020
I haven’t had a chance to go out to the range yet but in working with the app and coordinating with the timer it seemed to function very well . I’m looking forward to using it at the range.
(verified owner) – March 19, 2020
I expect when I have the opportunity for some range time the rating will be higher. Currently our 1900 member club is closed due COVID-19. The timer did pair easily with my iPhone SE. The only missing information is how well it will count and time shots.
– March 1, 2021
Early adopter in fall of 2019. Really think the separation of the timer from the screen is genius. Use it with both my iPhone 8 and my iPad seamlessly. Don’t use near the capability but that is changing as I’m dipping into competition shooting. Definitely a product to grow with. It is an indispensable tool in my journey of being a responsible an effective firearm carrier. A great value as well and highly recommended.
– March 2, 2021
I received this as part of the GN quarterly gearbox. It is the only shot time i have ever used. I have a lot to learn about how to integrate this into my training (dry and live fire). But having the app on the phone to see all the data is great.
– March 27, 2021
I recall receiving my Range Tech Shot Timer in my member gear box and not being able to wait to get it to the range. I have that same feeling every time I hit the range! It worked perfectly right out of the box and every time since. I have purchased two as gifts to friends and family and love hearing the thanks and compliments I continue to get each time they use theirs.
I had not used one prior to this, and because my timer works so well I’m not sure I’ll ever have a chance to compare it to others.
(verified owner) – April 8, 2021
Great functionality. Priced right. Easy to use. Rugged and simple. Nice to see the focus on functionality instead of looks.
– February 27, 2022
Great shot timer. I like that you have the advantage of having to connected to your smart phone so that you don’t have the write down your times. I also own the Pact III for funning around. Small bit of advice. Make sure you can connect to your phone before you head out to shoot to make sure it works. Then you do not have to fiddle with it at the range as it can occasionally be temperamental.
– April 27, 2022
Had a problem with a unit. They fixed it quick and stood behind the product 100%.
– June 5, 2022
Was gifted to me recently by a relative who has since passed. It wasn’t charging so I opened it up and sure enough, there was a black spot where the battery connects to the board. So I guess it shorted somehow.
Anyway, this can happen to pretty much any device, so I’m not too upset other than it was sentimental and I really liked it, but since I have no proof of purchase and can’t ask my deceased relative, I just through it out.
Otherwise, I loved this thing.
– June 13, 2022
Jonathan, it would still be worth filing a warranty claim on the manufacturer’s website.
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