Gel blasters handling, care and maintenance is very important for people who possess gel ball blaster toy guns. With good care, you can avoid possible injury that can be avoided to you and other people. And maintenance can keep you gel blasters less damage and stay fresh, thus it can be used for quite a long time.
Moisture and water would deal damage toAs for some electric automatic pistols, the slide will be moving back and forth with every shot. Do not pull the slide manually, which is against the mechanism. the performance and normal function of gel blaster, so keep it away from the moisture and rain is important.
If you don't use a toy gun, we suggest you do not leave the mag filled with gel balls for an extended period of time, gel balls may shrink over time.
When shoot it, do not try to block
When the gel balls are still dripping instead of being moist and dry, pls make it not that watery as much as possible, otherwise, the water will be taken up with gel balls into the tube and it maybe flowed into other gear parts, thus resulting in some damage and bad performance.
Example of overpowerful gearbox that could damage the blaster
Always check with store if the blasters you use can take an upgraded 11.1V battery, a lot of blaster are compatible but if not can lead to short circuiting and frying the mosfet.
the barrel, or point it against something in zero distance. The gel balls would be broken down and its residue will fill the barrel outlet circumstances, which affect the performance. also the reaction force would damage the barrel.
How to do battery Care?
Do not overcharge the batteries for more than four hours, or leave it unattended. Normally, it only takes 2 hours to fully charge a battery.
Use battery fire safe bag to put the batteries that not in use into it.
When use a fresh new gel blaster, be sure to fully charge the battery first.
Remove the battery from the gel blasters if not in use.
To properly care for a battery, it's important to:
- Keep it clean and dry.
- Store it in a cool, dry place.
- Keep it charged.
- Avoid overcharging or letting the battery completely discharge.
- Avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures.
- Use a compatible charger and avoid using a damaged charger.
- Unplug the charger when the battery is fully charged.
- Do not leave a battery in a charger for an extended period of time.
By following these steps, you can help to prolong the life of your battery and ensure that it continues to function properly.