Airsoft and the Law
Note: If you do have a membership number, please provide it in the comments box.
From the 1st of October 2007, the laws regarding airsoft guns have changed.
Airsoft guns are now considered realistic imitation firearms (RIFs) so you will only be able to purchase one if you are an airsoft skirmisher (someone who plays airsoft) with a valid membership number and over the age of 18.
If you are an airsoft skirmisher and under the age of 18, we will not be able to sell to you as this would be a breach of UK law.
You can become recognised as an airsoft skirmisher by attending your local insured airsoft site and joining their membership scheme. This will allow you to purchase a RIF.
We are only able to ship RIFs to the address that is associated with your membership card.
Accessories, such as magazines, scopes, ammunition and spare parts are not affected by the new change in law as they are not, and do not, resemble a realistic imitation firearm.
In basic terms: If you do not have an insured skirmish site membership or re-enactors membership, or any defence/exemption under the VCR act we cannot, and will not sell realistic imitation firearms to you.