By Kyle Jillson | April 5 2014 14:00

Tempe Airsoft and Paintball to host the first International Air Steels Program (IASP) Match

International Air Steels Program in Tempe, Arizona

Tempe, Arizona - If you're a deadeye looking for a challenge, you won't want to miss the upcoming International Air Steels Program (IASP) shoot at Tempe Paintball and Airsoft on April 12. Experience the fun of steels as you race to hit as many targets as you can with one gun.

Held from from 8 am - 10 am just east of Tempe, Arizona, shooters will complete four stages of fire with either a 6mm Airsoft rifle or 6mm Airsoft pistol.

IASP is a fun, totally inclusive family friendly competition for shooters of all skill levels. The CO2 or gas powered multi-shot air-pistols/rifles or airsoft pistols/rifles used in competition are great tools to maintain your firearm skills while saving thousands of dollars in ammunition costs.

The April 12 event is open to anyone ages eight and up and has a $20 registration fee. Participants are welcome to bring their own airsoft 6mm rifles or pistols, but can rent equipment from the range if they don't have their own.

Like all shooting events, safety is paramount. Range supervisors will be on hand to coach shooters and lend assistance as needed.

The competition is generously sponsored by Umarex USA.

For more information or to pre-register for the event, call Rob “Coach” Potter at 602-288-5324 or visit


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