Gel Blasters in NSW

Where do enthusiasts go to get gel blasters in NSW? Whether you're just starting out or want a speciality pick to add to your collection, Tactical Edge Hobbies has got you covered.

Please note, there's only one best place to get gel blasters in Australia and NSW legally, and that is to check with your local enforcement agency to gain permission or a permit. Do your due diligence first.

Picking the Right Blaster in NSW

Picking the right NSW gel blaster is guaranteed at Tactical Edge Hobbies. If you're worried about meeting the stringent gel blaster laws in NSW, we'll guide you on how to adhere to them safely, securely and enjoyably. 

Popular Gel Blasters in NSW

Shop popular gel blasters in NSW today from Tactical Edge Hobbies, your one-stop online shop for NSW gel blasters. For all of your NSW gel blaster, gel baller and Gelsoft NSW needs, Tactical Edge Hobbies has the works.

Gel Blaster NSW - FAQs

Can I order gel blasters if I live in NSW?

Unleash your tactical creativity and instincts with gel blasters! If you live in New South Wales, you can buy gel blasters and related supplies online.

Gel guns in New South Wales are regarded as a restricted device. This means you will need appropriate clearance to legally own and use gel ball blasters in Sydney. Gel Blasters are classified as a Air Rifle as per this article in Feburary 2020 and therefore a Category A Firearm in New South Wales and require appropriate clearance. For more information, click here.

If you are located close to the border, than you are more than welcome – to come and purchase in Queensland, and store your purchase in QLD territory.

Browse and purchase all of your gel blasters and Gelsofts in NSW, as well as accessories and tactical equipment, at Tactical Edge Hobbies.

Where can I buy a gel blaster in NSW?

You only need to know one name for buying all of your gel blasters in Australia NSW, legally: Tactical Edge Hobbies. You can conveniently buy online, at any time. Simply browse our online shop and make your purchase.

How long will it take for my gel blaster to arrive?

Tactical Edge Hobbies will need 1-3 business days to handle and process your order. We may need some additional processing time during peak season, and we reserve the right to exceed these conditions under certain circumstances.

Standard shipping to New South Wales will take a further 4 business days. For express shipping, please use the shipping information on the Australia Post website for your exact location.

Where can I play gel blaster skirmish in NSW?

You can play gel blaster skirmish in NSW at specialised venues. Otherwise, you can visit interstate to Queensland –the closest Gelsoft venue to the NSW border is Gelsoft Australia.

But there are many more options than one - simply do an online search for gel blaster skirmishes in NSW near you, and you'll be inundated with results. Find the right spot to exercise your tactical tendencies in no time.

Are there any gel blaster groups in NSW?

As a hobby rapidly gaining in popularity, there are plenty of gel blaster groups in NSW that you can join. Have a look online for gel blaster groups near you, or better yet, just ask us at Tactical Edge Hobbies. Our helpful staff will gladly point you in the right direction.

Are gel blasters legal in NSW?

Gel blasters are legal in NSW, as long as you have the correct license for them.

The gel blaster laws in NSW decree that gel blasters are a restricted device. This means it's an offence to possess or use an unlicensed gel blaster. Check out the NSW Firearms Laws to find out how you can obtain a license or permit to make your gel blaster in NSW legal.

Can I get fined for using a gel blaster in NSW?

Gel blasters are classified as a restricted device. This means, if you use it incorrectly or own one without the proper license, you can and will get fined for your gel blaster in NSW.

If you are located close to the border, than you are more than welcome – to come and purchase in Queensland, and store your purchase in QLD territory.

DISCLAIMER: The contents above do not constitute legal advice, are not intended to be a substitute for legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.