WEST CHESTER, Pa., Sept. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Shootmyash, manufacturer of "SmartAsh," the popular wireless smart-targets for the Airsoft market, announced its first shipments to Austria, Britain and Portugal of U.S.-produced SmartAsh systems. The company also announced the release of Quick Draw, a new target application modeled after the rules of the Steel Challenge Shooting Association (SCSA) speed shooting championship.
Shootmyash General Manager Conor Gilbreath said, "We are excited to start exporting our products for wider distribution to new friends across the Atlantic. Some of these units are destined for shooting ranges, while others are for market development and third party evaluation by local enthusiasts in the Airsoft community."
He added, "We have just released a new application for our Scoreboard called 'Quick Draw,' modeled after the rules of the Steel Challenge Shooting Association SCSA event held for the last 30 years in Piru, California."
SCSA Executive Director Dave Thomas said, "We have a few club members that use Airsoft for training, so I am looking forward to trying the Shootmyash target system myself."
YouTube sample of 2011 SCSA in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNZTRU2fpso&NR=1
Mr. Gilbreath concluded, "Our current lineup of our software gives a balance of entertainment products for enthusiasts as well as practical training for the sports, law enforcement and military crowds that use Airsoft. Our Scoreboard currently has seven options for customizing. Screen shots and this live application can be viewed at: http://www.shootmyash.com/score-board.php."
About Shootmyash (http://www.shootmyash.com): Shootmyash is focused on the world Airsoft sport market as a USA manufacturer, exporter and software publisher of interactive target training and entertainment systems. Shootmyash produces wireless "smart targets" called SmartAsh, crafted in fine U.S. hardwoods with embedded radio sensors that come to life as an interactive audio and scoring web application.
Since the company introduced the SmartAsh-4 at the North Atlantic Airsoft Expo in March 2011, it has been upwardly adjusting and balancing production schedules of this new product category.
Interest has been high according to Google analytics since the beginning of the year; 4,000 unique visitors from 57 countries have spent time on the Company's website. The top twelve countries showing interest are USA, Mexico, Spain, France, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Japan, Chile, U.K., Germany and Philippines. The Company is seeking qualified distributors, partners and shooting range operators worldwide to experience SmartAsh.