ADVOCATING FOR AND REPRESENTING TAGSOFT SPORTS (GELSOFT & AIRSOFT) IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

We are a not-for-profit Incorporated Association, established in 2017, advocating for and representing TagSoft Sports (Gelsoft and Airsoft) in Western Australia.

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ABOUT US

The Club was established in 2017 in accordance with the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 with the primary objective of lobbying for the sport of Airsoft. Since then the Club has taken a more holistic, inclusive approach to advocate and represent all TagSoft sport (I.e. Gelsoft / Gel Ball and Airsoft).

OUR OBJECTIVES

  1. To advocate for TagSoft sports (Gelsoft and Airsoft) as competitive sports in Western Australia;
  2. To ensure public education, promotion and advancement of Tagsoft sports;
  3. To represent the TagSoft sports community and industry in dealings with the Government for safeguarding and advancing TagSoft sports;
  4. To bring together sport participants, game organizers, retailers and field owners for the cumulative and individual benefit;
  5. To provide an avenue for club members to demonstrate lawful excuse / genuine reason for possessing TagSoft sports equipment;
  6. To provide rules for regulating TagSoft sports for safety, competitiveness and enjoyment purposes.

The Club has no associations with firearm owner groups, firearm lobbyists or their supporters, nor expresses any opinions of their activities.

NEWS FEED

QLD Minister for Police supporting the sport of Gelsoft. Great to see such commitment.Not only is Mark Ryan, Police Minister for QLD sponsoring the trophies for National Titles, he is also sending Jess Pugh, MP local member for Mount Ommaney to speak on his behalf and present the awards. Local member Lance McCallum for Bundamba will also be in attendance and in the presentations too. Huge stuff and so good to see the government supporting this momentous occasion.

The first ever National Gel Blasting Titles is shaping up to be huge, come check it out on April 11th at Wacol, Milsim East and the Village or tune in to the live stream ... See MoreSee Less

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Meeting today with WA Police regarding the sport of Gelsof went great. They were very impressed by the depth and breadth of our "My Blaster, My Responsibility" safety campaign and offered praises and encouragement.

We discussed collaboration opportunities and sought guidance on where to focus our efforts next.

We were advised to engage further with the Minister and Commissioner of Police and to focus our efforts on retailers providing our "My Blaster, My Responsibility" flyer with every gel blaster sale made to WA as well as meeting the WA legal requirements of not selling gel blasters to persons under the age of 18. ... See MoreSee Less

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Meeting with WA Police on Wednesday to discuss the sport of Gelsoft and any collaboration opportunities. ... See MoreSee Less

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