Toy guns are firearms? Well, regardless of how these gel ball blasters identify, they sure look like fun. Honestly I have no idea how long gel ball blasters have been around, but as an alternative to airsoft or paintball, it seems like a great idea.
The little gels run about $10 for a pack of 5,200 of ’em. Tiny when dried, they take up minimal space. Just add water and about two hours to soften them up and they grow to their 7- to 8-millimeter shootable diameter.
Tactical boba tea.
Starch-based, the spherical gels splat on impact and dissolve on their own. There’s no trash like with airsoft, no paint marks or shells like paintball.
“Just enough to sting” seems just about right.