Australia’s #1 Gel Blaster Retailer

The gel blaster craze has hit Australia, big time - and with Tactical Edge Hobbies, you can get in on the gel balling action.

We stock all the biggest brands in gel ball blasters, plus all the tactical gear and accessories you could need.

Are you new to Gelsoft and looking for the best way to get started? Check out our gel blasting range for beginners here.


OUR FEATURED GEL BLASTERS

As the leading supplier of gel blasters in Australia, we import the highest-quality products and hold the stock at our warehouses here, ready for domestic shipping across the country.

Browse our range of toy pistols, revolvers and SMGs - as well as our speciality products such as the P90, the M4 and the Desert Eagle.

Need the accessories to keep the games going? We stock all the gel balls, CO2 blasters and tactical gear you're looking for.


GET IN ON THE GEL BLASTERS

This gel gun might be a toy, but it attracts sporting enthusiasts of all ages. If you want to indulge in your tactical instincts and ambitions with the best of them, head right on to your gel blaster shop: Tactical Edge Hobbies.

With our stock readily on hand and ready to ship, we're your gel blaster shop near you.

Simply jump online and look under featured products at Tactical Edge Hobbies. You’ll find an extensive range of gel blasters, gel ball guns, gel blaster balls, rechargeable battery and other essential accessories.


Frequently Asked Questions

What are gel blasters?

Gel Blasters are toys that are perfect for people who love to play! Similar to hobbies in countries such as the UK, New Zealand and the United States, Gel Blasters allow people to experience the thrill of combat sports in a safe and environmentally friendly way.

Gel Blasters shoot a water ball pellet called a Orbee, which can be propelled using manual, electric or even pressurized air devices. The Orbee's dissolve and are environmentally friendly!

Gel Blasters also allow you into a amazing hobby! People use them to play both indoor and outdoor events, and can even enjoy competitions and participate in awesome communities!

Jump into the amazing world of Gel Blasters today and discover for yourself!

Do gel blasters hurt?

Gel Blaster gels will leave a little sting when in contact with bare skin.

Are gel blaster balls toxic?

Gel blaster balls are not toxic. Gel Balls shrink and dissolve after use, ensuring that accidental ingestion and messy clean-up is avoided after a play session!

How much are gel blasters?

Gel blasters range in price from below $100 to upwards of $500. If you're looking for the best gel blaster shop near you, we offer a fantastic entry range of gel blasters for under $200 at Tactical Edge Hobbies. We also offer the biggest full range of gel blasters and essential accessories at our online gel blaster shop - grab a deal today!

Can gel blasters shoot ball bearings?

Gel blasters do not shoot ball bearings, and we do not recommend using anything other than gel balls, as they will not function.

they only shoot the gel balls that are specifically made for gel ball guns. These gel balls are silica beads that vary in size and density, so make sure you buy the right type for the gel gun you own.

How to make gel blasters more accurate

Gel blasters in Australia are accurate within a given distance, usually 20 metres - although this will depend on the model you're using. If precision accuracy is important to you, ask our gel blaster shop for recommendations to suit your tastes.

Gel blasters in Australia are accurate within a given distance, usually 20 metres - although this will depend on the model you're using. If precision accuracy is important to you, ask our gel blaster shop for recommendations to suit your tastes.

Are gel blasters illegal in Victoria?

Gel blasters are restricted in Victoria. Because they look similar enough that they can be confused with real firearms, you need the correct permission to own or use a gel gun in Victoria.

Do you need a licence for a gel blaster?

You need a licence to own or use gel blasters in most states in Australia. The exception is Queensland, where gel ball guns are completely legal, and you can own and use a gel gun without a license.

In other states, gel blasters in Australia are legal, as long as you hold the right authority and permission for use. There may be restrictions on where you are allowed to use gel ball guns. These states consider gel guns to be restricted devices, and they're often classified in the same category as paintball.

Testimonials

Huge range of gel blasters at an affordable price. If your new to gel blasting stop in and have a chat to these guys and they'll teach you everything you need to know.

Terry

Great sales team, prepared to take the time to talk with you and answer your questions. Heaps of stuff on the shelf and lots of gear to chose from. Highly recommend them.

Jason

I had issues with my blaster and was asked to send it back under warranty. I live 850 kms away from the store. It was sent, fixed and returned to me within a week! The techs and staff are awesome! Very happy.

Chris

Great staff. Good prices. Lots of product choice and knowledge. Great fun.

Dean

Very very happy with my experience, Steve the inhouse blaster expert was able to solve my issue promptly without spending a cent, very knowledgeable guy 👌. Kit was able to find the other bits I was after without any hassle and I'll be back for my first blasting field experience asap 😁

Bob

Super friendly, super professional. My son and I had a great time.

Richard

NEED HELP? CALL OUR SPECIALISTS ON 07 3382 7395

Phone lines open Monday to Friday 9:30am to 5:00pm, for all order related questions please email info@tacticaledge.com.au

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