- It is not an offence to possess a gel blaster in Queensland and South Australia.
- There are no legal restrictions on the storage of gel blasters in Queensland and South Australia. However, when possessing a gel blaster in a public place the item should be carried in a way that is not visible to the public, so it will not cause alarm to any person.
- There are no restrictions on the sale of gel blasters in Queensland and South Australia.
- Use of gel blasters is a responsibility of the person in possession of the item.
- It is an offence to modify a gel blaster if it has the capacity to fire ammunition as defined in the Explosive Regulation 2017.
- You do not need a weapons licence to possess a gel blaster in Queensland and South Australia.
- You cannot use a Gel Blaster on a paint pellet shooting gallery when paint ball guns are in use.
- Each state and territory possesses its own policies relevant to gel blasters. For any questions in relation to another authority you will need to contact the relevant authority in that state or territory directly.
Whom do we sell to
- Adults over 18 years old.
- Tactical Clubs
- Upgrade Specialist
- Tactical Retail Stores
Customers are required to check with local authorities, police services etc. to confirm possession of a gel blaster is appropriate or not, before placing any order with us. We are not liable to any claims or related issues arose on this matter. Your purchase is deemed as your agreement and auto affirmation to the above terms and statements.