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Welcome to our TacToys collection of high-quality gel blaster tracer units! Browse our page today to find what you need to win and enjoy the game!
A Sneak Preview of One of Our Bestselling Tracer Units
The TacToys Tracer Magazine (Glow in the Dark) features a UV light that charges up the glow-in-the-dark gel balls. Upon firing, the UV light will function to illuminate the gel balls super bright! This tracer unit doesn’t need batteries as it is powered by the gel blaster. Now you can see your gel balls at night while blasting with your mates!
Glow/tracer gels are required and not included. This magazine is compatible with the M4A1 V8, SCAR V2, HK416D, and the TacToys MK 3, 4, 5 & 6.
How to Care for Your Gel Blaster
Playing with a gel blaster is definitely a lot of fun, but to make your blaster last a long time, it’s important to take care of it. Below are some tips that will help keep your blaster in good condition.
- Clean your gel blaster after each use. One of the most important things to do with your gel blaster is to clean it after each use. This will help to keep it functioning properly by removing dirt or debris. It will also help in preventing wear and tear. Dirt and other small particles can accumulate in different places on a gel blaster - from the inner parts to external ones like the barrel and the trigger. When you clean your blaster, pay attention to all moving parts and to areas where grime or dirt tends to build up. Before cleaning your blaster, remember to empty the magazine and make sure no gel balls are lodged in the chamber. You can use compressed air to blast away particles that are hard to reach. Then you can wipe the entire blaster with a clean and dry cloth.
- Regularly lubricate the moving parts of your gel blaster. Whether you’re a newbie or an avid shooter, it’s important to keep moving parts of your gel blaster lubricated and in good condition. Regularly lubricating your blaster’s firing mechanism will help it run more smoothly and lessen the risk of wear and tear on the internal parts. Pay attention to trigger mechanisms and areas prone to friction, such as barrels, bolts, and springs. Using a high-quality lubricant like silicone oil will help in protecting your blaster from damage and help it to operate at peak performance for a longer time.
- Store your blaster in a cool, dry place. Gel blaster guns are made of plastic and moving parts that can be damaged by heat and humidity. To avoid potential damage, store your gel blaster in a temperature-controlled environment that is free of moisture, dust, and direct sunlight. If you plan on storing your blaster for a longer time, better disassemble it and clean all the parts before putting it away. You can also use silica gel packets or a dehumidifier to help absorb any moisture in the air and keep your gel blaster in good condition while in storage. Remember to place your blaster in a case or bag to keep it clean and protected until you’re ready to use it again.
- Use only high-quality gel balls. Not all gel balls are the same, and using lower-quality balls may damage your blaster over time. When buying gel balls, look for those made of high-quality materials and specifically designed for use with gel blasters. When storing your gel balls, use a sealed storage tub, a bucket with a cover, or a large plastic food container. Just add enough water to cover all the gel balls.
When storing your gel balls, use a sealed storage tub, a bucket with a cover, or a large plastic food container. Just add enough water to cover all the gel balls.