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FAQ

Do you ship Australia wide?

Yes we do. The onus is on they buyer to check that local laws allow Gel Blasters in their location and that any permits are held if required by law. 

How long will my delivery take?

Orders are guaranteed to be dispatched by the next working day after receiving   payment.      

Please note:  The delivery of your parcel may be delayed during public holidays, long weekends, etc.       

Will my delivery get seized by customs?

No. Customs and Border Force do not monitor domestic post. Customs only handles importation of products into Australia and has nothing to do with domestic post. Our stock has already passed Customs check upon entry into the country. There is no risk of seizure using domestic post.

Attempting to order Blasters from international sellers such as eBay, Wish, Alibaba, etc. may  result in seizure by Customs.

Do I need a licence to own a Gel Blaster?

Gel Blasters are legal throughout most of Australia. Customers are advised to consult local state laws regarding Gel Blasters. At the time of writing this, restriction to own or use Gel Blasters exists in New South Wales, Victoria   and Tasmania due to their imitation firearm laws. ACT, QLD, NT, WA and SA, have no restrictions on owning, using or possessing a Gel Blaster toy gun.    

Are Gel Blasters Legal?

 Gel Blasters are legal throughout most of Australia. Customers are advised to consult local state laws regarding Gel Blasters. 

At the time of writing this, restriction to own or use Gel Blasters exists in New South Wales, Victoria, ACT and Tasmania.


QLD, NT, WA and SA, have no restrictions on owning, using or possessing a Gel Blaster toy gun.

Gel Blaster Safety

Always wear eye protection when using Gel Blasters.

Do not leave batteries on charge for long periods when not using the Gel Blaster.

Do not use your Gel Blaster in public. This may cause fear in people and result in police action, charges, fines and confiscation. 

When travelling in Public with your Gel Blaster (ie to a skirmish game etc) ensure that the Gel Blaster is covered. Best way to do this is in a bag or backpack. This will minimise the chances of alarming the public.

What are Gel Balls?

Gel Balls are non-toxic, environmentally friendly, water beads, which are also called jelly beads, water orbs, hydro orbs, polymer beads, gel beads or Gel Balls. When the tiny hard plastic balls are placed in water, they can grow up to 200 times their size.    

Do Gel Balls hurt when getting shot?

Yes it does! It depends on the type of blaster you get shot by and the distance at which you get shot from as they vary in power. The pistol gel blasters don’t shoot as hard or as far as the rifle Gel Blasters. In most cases being shot by a gel blaster pistol will feel like a quick pinch and possibly resulting in a red temporary mark. If shot by a rifle, it will result in significant short-lived pain and welts that may last a day. 

Gel Blasters will NOT cause significant damage or piercing to the skin and are safe to use with friends and family.

How long do I soak Gel Balls for?

Gel Balls must be soaked at least for 4-6 hours in water to fully expand to size. Failing to completely hydrate the Gel Balls will cause the Gel blaster to not function properly. Overnight soaking is recommended.  

How do I store Gel Balls?

You may store your hydrated Gel Balls in an airtight container, away from the elements and direct sunlight. They will last around 2 weeks in a container. Store in fridge to prevent shrinkage.  

Do you have australian stock or will I be waiting for a delivery from overseas?

All of our stock is dispatched from our Australian Warehouse. If our website is showing that it is in stock then you’ll receive your order within a couple of days. 

What if I want a Gel Blaster that you do not have in stock?

Contact us and we will see if we can source the item for you.