The newest offering from arguably the best manufacturer of Gel Blasters in the world. The 2019 M4A1 gen 9 features an all nylon body, nylon gearbox housing & internals, detachable hand guard and detachable Stock.
The outer shell is able to be easily customised and the gear box is the latest technology.
Free shipping Australia wide for all orders over $30!
Gel blasters are toys only and are NOT weapons or firearms.
Always use the appropriate eye wear and take all reasonable safety precautions when using our products.
Jinming Nylon Gearbox & Housing
7.4 Volt battery
7.4 Volt Battery Charger
Adjustable / Removable stock
Nylon Carry Handle
Range of 25+m
245-260 feet per second
Safe and full Automatic electric modes
Weighted so it feels good on your hands
Functional charging handle that opens up the dust cover
A stronger spring for the charging handle
All Aussie stock
Do not upgrade any part of your toy gel blaster as this will void the warranty. Upgrades refer to pulling any of the blaster apart or opening it up, changing springs or upgrading the battery from 7.4v to an 11.v battery
Be aware that gel blasters are still toys... the charging handle on the gen 9 needs only to be pulled back a little amount for the dust cover to open. If you pull it too far back you will over stretch your spring. (There is a spare spring in the box if this does happen to you).
Dehydrated gel Balls
1 x Magazine
7.4v Battery Charger
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.
When soaking the gels, they need to be soaked fully submerged in warm water from the tap for a minimum of 4-6 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.