Laser Skirmish Armoury

Here at Laser Skirmish we have Australia's biggest laser tag armoury. In most sessions gamers can select which model gaming gun they'd like to play with. 

blaster smg

The Blaster

The Blaster SMG is the smallest model we have in our arsenal. It is ideal for young kids from 5 and up because of its light weight. 

cobra smg

The Cobra

The Cobras SMG is our most popular model on our laser skirmish fields. 

spitfire machine pistol


The Spitfire machine pistol is a compact metal gaming guns. A popular choice. 

honey badger

Honey Badger PDW

The Honey Badger (or HB14) is one of the most popular models in our arsenal. Best for teen or adult gamers. 

P90 personal defense weapon


A modern classic - the P90 personal defense weapon. 

morita SAW

Morita SAW

For those who really want to bring out the big guns, select the Morita Squad Automatic Weapon. 

Laser Skirmish Guns

Laser Skirmish guns to not shoot a projectile, unlike a Gel Blaster gun that shoots a small pellet. Laser Skirmish equipment instead emit a harmless infrared beam (just like a TV remote). 

The basic idea of a laser skirmish gun is "what you see is what you get". In other words the smaller, lighter weapons are more effective in close quarters combat. Whereas the bigger guns, like the Morita Sniper Rifle shoot a longer range.

One thing you'll notice with our Laser Skirmish guns is that most of them have a bright orange coloured tip or barrel. The laser skirmish equipment is made in Australia but this is actually a USA toy regulation to indicate the gun-like unit is actually not a real firearm.

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