Shootility SightSet 4+

Xiscan Apphelia

    • 3.2 • 5 Ratings
    • $8.99



Shootility SightSet is an app designed to make it easy to zero your pistol, rifle or air rifle sights or scopes, without needing to be a rocket scientist. It's not just designed to be flexible, quick and easy to use to save you time, it can also save you a significant amount of money. With the ever increasing price of factory ammunition, SightSet can pay for itself remarkably quickly. Simply by saving you as few as just 10 rounds for many calibers!

If, like us, you enjoy shooting more than you enjoy math, sighting in can get to be a real chore. Especially when you are zeroing multiple firearms, shoot different loads or with different types of ammunition (so you need to do it often). You need to take into account the adjustment precision of your sights, the distance at which you are shooting over, the size of the targets well as possibly compensating for metric sights on ranges measured in feet or yards (or metric ranges with inch/MOA adjustable sights). No wonder it can be so easy to make a mistake.

SightSet solves the problem by removing the manual errors. It calculates adjustments for you, based on the shot fall that you actually observe. Match your sight against one the predefined sight definitions (inch, metric or MOA). Match your target against one of the 140+ common small bore, high power, air-rifle, pistol or air-pistol targets. Tell SightSet the distance. Then just plot your shots as you take them on a zoomable screen showing a copy of your target.

SightSet calculates average distance of your shots from the target center (in cm, inches or MOA), tells you how many clicks you need to make to adjust for windage and elevation, and even reminds you which direction you should turn the adjusters. If a couple of your shots have gone wild, simply go into edit mode to delete them so they don’t affect the calculations. You can even overlay a grid onto the target to get an easy indication of the spread of your shots.

It’s no problem if SightSet doesn’t have a definition for your sight, either. Create your own using one of the 33 standard inch, metric or MOA settings provided. SightSet even provides the tools to create your own simple targets (square ones too!).

And to make it easy to set up your sights time and time again, you can quickly create favorites to hold the common combinations of sights, targets and distances that you use.

For more information and instructional videos visit:

(For a detailed list of targets and click settings, see

What’s New

Version 1.4.0

- Compatible with iOS14

- Full dark mode support

- Optimized for latest iPhone & iPad screen sizes

- Minor enhancements, interface updates and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Sikk75651 ,

Update Options

- Drop down list for calibers (12 ga, 9mm, .223, etc)
- Ability to name the targets by gun on home page (12ga, .AR, 7mm, 30-06, .444 Marlin)
-Utilize camera to determine groups and recommendations, with the ability to exclude misfires by simply touching them. You should have all the diameters for the targets so this should be feasible and would save much time for those of us w/ multiple rifles
-Ability to add a new target group on the target addition page by simply clicking on the weapon name which could be imported from the home page

- App is very useful, this would make it a must have for every shooter w/ a phone!!

GMarie@@33 ,

Sight In

Wow! Just sighted my .22 in at 50 yards with two recommended adjustments from this app. Love it!

fudgepakr ,

Wasted $8.99

This app is complete garbage. Don't waste your time or money.

I want a refund. Absolute crap who ever wrote this app should be kicked in the teeth for being a moron.

Developer Response ,

Consider our teeth well and truly kicked (although the moron assertion seems a little harsh). In the event that you did not succeed in securing a refund, you could always contact us through the support page on our website to inform us as to the exact nature of the problems you are experiencing. That way we can either try to help you directly, or (if you have found a bug) address it in an upcoming update.

App Privacy

The developer, Xiscan Apphelia, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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