Where to buy a gel blaster in Australia
Not only are gel blasters a lot of fun, they’re also a great alternative to paintball and Airsoft. Unlike paintball, there’s minimal pain involved when you get shot with a gel blaster, so you don’t have to s...
Which gel blaster is the best?
Since the rise of gel blasters as a safer, less messy alternative to paintball or Airsoft, plenty of overseas companies have started to sell low-quality gel blasters at low costs. It can be tempting to purch...
Can a gel blaster use a bb bullet?
Although it is technically possible to use alternative ammo in a gel blaster, there are a number of reasons why it’s not recommended. The ammo designed specifically for gel blasters are called gel balls (or ...
How do gel blasters work?
How do gel blasters work?
Gel blasters are usually made out of plastic, but at iHobby we stock metal models as well. In our range, you can find plenty of options to suit all kinds of preferences and purposes, including manual, spring...
Do you need a licence for a gel blaster?
The simple answer to whether you need a licence to own gel blasters is no. As gel blasters are only toys, the Queensland Weapons Act 1990 does not require you to hold a licence. However, some restrictions do...
What is a Gel Blaster?
What is a Gel Blaster?
Gel blasters are essentially toy guns that shoot soft, mess-free gel balls. They often have a semi-realistic look and provide a safe, fun way to stage battles with friends and family. They can be plastic or ...