Just BB Guns Ireland will soon have its new airsoft shop in the centre of Dublin, offering low-cost local delivery or an outstanding click and collect service. We are always happy to see you at the shop and have a large selection of airsoft guns, airsoft rifles, airsoft pistols, airsoft accessories and the best BB pellets, all at incredible low prices.


On most products we have two stock locations, the first is our Dublin store, and the second is our UK mainland warehouse. You will find some products that are only available in either location and you can easily switch between the locations to see stock availability. All sales and support is from our Dublin store and you should allow two extra days if ordering products from our UK Mainland stock.


See the latest airsoft gun news on our blog pages at Just BB Guns Ireland. You will find information on airsoft pistols and rifle, together with helpful information on choosing the right products for your shooting style. If you are a skirmisher or a target shooter we have the best information for you.

Airsoft for Kids!

It’s no secret that airsoft is a lot of fun – in fact, in terms of past times, airsoft is a great hobby to get involved in. Not only is it a great social environment with the majority of airsofters more than happy to talk to you about their latest gun or give you a hand setting up your... read more

Buying an Airsoft Gun in Ireland – The Laws

Whether you’re looking to get into airsoft properly or simply want to explore the realms of target shooting in your garden, making sure you adhere to the laws surrounding airsoft guns is imperative. Nearly every country has its own rules regarding the purchase and use of airsoft guns; some of which simply place them as what they are, with... read more

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How to transport your airsoft guns in Ireland

While owning airsoft guns in Ireland is not restricted, and no license needs to be held to purchase one (more on Irish airsoft laws can be found here), there are certain rules that have to be followed in regard to the handling of an airsoft gun. As noted in the Criminal Justice Act 2006 “Airsoft guns are now classified... read more


Airsoft guns are legal in Ireland since the 2006 Criminal Justice Act altered the Firearms Acts. Any airsoft gun that is muzzle energy is one joule or less is no longer classified as a firearm and no license is required. HOWEVER. Airsoft guns are now classed as Real Imitation Firearms (RIFs) and cannot be carried in a public place at ANY TIME. Even if you are carrying your RIF to the boot of your car, you MUST have it in a suitable carry case. If you are playing on private land with the permission of the owner, you must still ensure you are out of sight of the general public. If any member of the public feels threatened by what they see, they may contact the authorities and you could find yourself in serious trouble. Penalties for carrying a RIF (Realistic Imitation Firearm) in a public place include up to a €5000 fine or imprisonment for up to 5 years, or both.


To buy an airsoft gun you must be 18 years or over. There is no set age to use or own an airsoft gun, therefore you can buy an imitation firearm and either gift it to someone else, or allow them to use it, regardless of their age.

Airsoft guns are not toys! They are used for target practice and war games. Please make sure to wear safety goggles or a full face mask at all times. The impact of an airsoft BB pellet will sting sharply for a few seconds and may leave a small red mark, the low velocity of the airsoft BB ensures its safe use by players.


The information below is intended to inform handlers of airsoft replicas as to the some of the powers of An Garda Siochana in the circumstance of the handler giving reason to be stopped. When transporting, or in the possession of replica firearms, handlers should ALWAYS act with due care and discretion so as to avoid the possibility of causing any form of distress to any member of the general public. Mishandling of Replica Firearms which, intentionally or otherwise, causes alarm to a member of the general public is classed as assault and will be viewed as such in the eyes of the law. An Garda Siochana will ALWAYS treat replica firearms with the same prejudice as actual firearms.