New feature! Calculation of corrections for optical sights when zeroing in

Now we have the opportunity, when zeroing in telescopic sights, to calculate the necessary corrections for more accurate shooting.

How this function works, I will show you on the example of the page "Target Analysis"


  1. Select the desired type of data entry for the analysis. For example using a reference distance. This is the most accurate type of measurement.
  2. Enter the required data: Distance to target, bullet diameter or caliber, reference distance
  3. Load the target image
  4. Draw a line of reference size
  5. Marking holes

The target has been calculated. But in order to make it possible to calculate the corrections, you need to indicate the point where you were aiming, without this, the required offsets simply cannot be calculated.

  1. Specify the aiming point

Below the analysis results, two fields appear for entering data on the click price of vertical and horizontal corrections on your crosshair. The heading indicates the units of this quantity. Until the data on clicks is entered, these units of measurement can be changed simply by clicking on these buttons ("MOA", "Inch, "MM, "MIL) with the corresponding designations.
After entering the required values, the results of calculating the corrections will appear. Corrections are presented in the form of an integer number of clicks indicating the desired direction for rotating the reels on the sight, and the remainder in the form of a number and an arrow, the arrow indicates the direction where the aiming point should be shifted after entering the corrections by clicks, the number - how much this point on the target should be moved. The numbers are the distance in the selected units of measurement, but you can change them to the ones you need by clicking on these buttons ("MOA", "Inch, "MM, "MIL). The recalculation takes place immediately.
The function of calculating the correction input is available in two places

  1. When analyzing a target (registration is not required here)
  2. In the sighting session. In this case, the data on amendments is saved, but is visible only to the author and only when editing or creating this Session. They are not available to others.

We hope that the new feature will be useful and in demand.
Use it! Good luck to all!