Classic Army DSA Inc. Licensed SA58 FAL Carbine Gel Blaster


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This Classic Army version of the DSA Inc. Licensed SA58 FAL Carbine Gel Blaster is a beautiful rendition in 1 to 1 scale of a Modern Tactical Rifle.
SA58 has been in service in world military for over 50 years, its reputation was earned in South Africa's bush wars, it was used by Rhodesian SAS, it was also used by both sides in short but intensive Falklands conflict. So with this tried and tested classic design, which is soldier proof, is as good a Gelsoft Rifle as you can possibly get with a very solid and fantastic feeling that will impress from the moment you open the box.

The Classic Army CA58 series of Gelsoft rifles live up to the Classic Army reputation and come ready to withstand the abuse of the battlefield.  With the CA58 Cast metal body made of a harden alloy and metal magazine, it will get the job done, swiftly, efficiently and without fault.


Features of Classic Army CA58 Carbine(CA027M)

  • Nylon Fiber Hand-guard and Duel Sling Swivels
  • Metal Cast Body with Realistic Blowback System
  • 7mm Bearing Gearbox With High Torque Motor and Gearset


  • Model & SKU : CA58 Carbine (CA027M)
  • Barrel Length – TBC
    Barrel ID Size - TBC
    Barrel Material – Aluminium
    Gearbox Type – Metal V3
    Gearbox Material – Cast Alloy
    Spring Size – CA M100
    Gear Type – Cast Metal 18:1
    Motor Type – 480 Short
    Overall Blaster Length -
    Battery type - No Battery (Suitable for both 7.4/11.1v)
    Mosfet Y/N – N
    FPS – Demo Model Shooting Around 300 FPS -/+
    Suitable Gel – TEH Ultra
    Bushings or bearings size – Bearings 7mm
    Piston type – Nylon 14th 1 metal release tooth
    Cylinder head and nozzle type – CA Proprietary (Nylon Cylinder head,
    Aluminium nozzle)
    Cylinder Porting – 100%
    T-Piece – Proprietary
    Battery connector – Mini Tamiya

Please research and follow the advice of your states regulations on Gel Blasters before making a purchase. Unfortunately, we are not liable for any confiscated goods or damages in transport as a result of not heeding these laws.

Standard packing and handling times are between 1-3 Business days and from there, standard shipping times from Brisbane. During peak season, big sales (like 20-30% off)  and special occasions such as Christmas and Fathers day there will be delays in shipping and we reserve the right to exceed the above guidelines on occasion. 

For express post shipping times please see the Australia Post website for more details. 

Once an order has been dispatched, it is in the hands of Australia Post and we will not be held responsible for any items that go missing and can not provide any discounts on new products that must be purchased to replace the missing items. Please call Australia Post if there are any issues with the delivery of your order.

Our contract ends once the order has been collected by Australia Post.

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Charging Batteries

Do not leave batteries unattended whilst charging and take off charge when they have completed charging.

When charging the batteries, we recommend charging them between 1-4 hours.
When they are charging the light/s will flash and once it is fully charged, the light/s will turn a solid red or green.

Also once you start to hear the battery getting flat, please recharge it as running it flat can damage the cells.

Soaking & Storage of Gels

When soaking the gels, they need to be soaked fully submerged in water from the tap for a minimum of 5-6 hours.

Once they have fully grown you can leave them in the water and keep them in or out of the refrigerator.

When you are ready to use them just drain of any excess water with a strainer before you feed them into the mag but do not dry them as they need to be lubricated to work properly.

You can store gel balls in a bucket of water with a lid for up to 3 months before they start to go super soft. We recommend if you do this to change the water every couple of weeks.