Safety guidelines and liabilities for insurance, all players must read and sign a copy of this form, which is to be presented at sign in of first games day.

If a toy weapon - gun - is purchased (or painted) to look like an existing gun, there is a high probability that it will fall under the Queensland Weapons Act (1990) as a Replica Weapon, and will require a Weapons License.

If you are seen/reported by a Police Officer who believes the weapon looks too realistic, and can cause alarm to the Public, you may be charged(figure found in an article from 2010).

Above is a document from Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) regarding the manufacture of projectile toys.