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Upcoming Gel Blaster Regulations

March 02, 2020
Upcoming Gel Blaster Regulations

There has been many discussions both private and public made about future regulations on gel blasters. I wont regurgitate all of what has been said instead will just summarise the changes that are being currently discussed which will come into affect most likely next year;

  1. Need to store your blasters securely at home (locked cupboard, one of those tin lockable boxes, locked man-cave, etc)
  2. When transporting your blaster, it will need to be transported in a case of some kind such as a fabric or hard cover case.
  3. You will need a genuine reason for owning one such as playing gel ball at the many venues available, member of a club, etc. This is still being reviewed for an exact definition.

Below is a link to the latest presentation given by QPS weapons licensing that you can read through which states what is being proposed.

http://bit.ly/qldgelregs

10 comments
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by dylan March 15, 2020

what the deal with SA laws with gas gel blasters ??

by Aaron March 03, 2020

They are somewhat reasonable regulations, for retailers however, will it involve the storing of blasters in a lockable cabinet as well? Or does a shop with alarms qualify? Nonetheless this is the beginning of the end for a lot of people and honestly these people are more than likely the ones who don’t see the serious side of some of the upgraded blasters doing 500+ fps @ 22+ rps.. they need to be stored safely. They are not toys, but essentially a projectile weapon, as it would definitely do damage to someone’s face close range.

by Corey March 03, 2020

Locking toys up….sure no worries do I need to lock up my cap guns and or nerf. Woody would be appalled

by Chris March 02, 2020

I want to collect them? I also play skirmish. But really shouldn’t have to give a reason😳

by Shakka March 02, 2020

I think its good. It helps solidify our beautiful sport. People who dont want any changes would be in for a rude shock down the track when they out right ban them. The way they are atm this will all get banned but now we have a solid foundation for the wider public to accept them

by Shakka March 02, 2020

I think its good. It helps solidify our beautiful sport. People who dont want any changes would be in for a rude shock down the track when they out right ban them. The way they are atm this will all get banned but now we have a solid foundation for the wider public to accept them

by Nope March 02, 2020

What a nanny state as usual, Its over boys pack her up. nothing will change because nothing is ever done people just sign petitions and wait…

Might as well sell everything you own gel wise before you are locked up with real criminals for playing with a toy. pathetic

by Arizona Noorbergen March 02, 2020

Could be worse

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