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About Bespoke Airsoft

Bespoke Airsoft is a retailer based in London. We specialise in stocking standard and bespoke airsoft products as well as offering various custom services. We have many years of experience in the airsoft industry with a strong background in custom builds and services.

We aim to offer a professional and customer driven service and we are always on hand to help and offer any advice that you may require. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile for the customer in both sales and service.

We offer a full range of maintenance and custom services in house as well as having access to various machining and 3d printing capabilities. We also offer services such as Hydro Dipping, Sand/Media Blasting and soon Fiber Laser Marking too. We will always be honest and professional with the work that gets sent into us and we will always quote before carrying out any further work that may be needed. We also aim to have your replicas back to you as soon as possible as we know how frustrating it can be to be given long wait times and uncertain deadlines.



UKARA was formed as a response to the drafting of the Violent Crime Reduction Bill in 2006 which later became an Act of Parliament.

UKARA is an association of UK Airsoft Retailers brought together to protect themselves from prosecution and enable a safe method of selling Realistic Imitation Firearms ( RiF's ) to the largest of the permitted purchaser groups in the UK, Airsoft Players.

The onus is on the seller of a RiF to make sure they only sell to a legitimate purchaser, prosecution could result as a failure to do this.
The Governments desire was to have a third party system in place which would track sales to legitimate purchasers of RiF's, checking their eligibility.
UKARA interest was to provide such a system and make it free to sites and players, and as inclusive as possible for the future of their market, without which they would not exist.

This has benefited all players and game sites, as it has produced a framework acceptable to the Government to allow Airsoft as a sport to remain viable.
The UKARA database keeps a record of all participating Airsoft players and game sites, and is used by retailers and the UKBA for verification of sales and imports.

Player Registration

To become a UKARA registered airsoft player you are required to take part in three games in no less than two months at your local registered game site. You must be over 18 years of age and able to provide some form of identification such as Passport, Driver’s License or Bank Statement.

Please download and fill in the PDF form at the bottom of the page, and present to your local game site to be stamped with the sites UKARA verification stamp.
As soon as it’s been completed the player should then post it to their preferred UKARA retailer.

You will then be add to the database - once this has been done any future orders to a registered UKARA retailer can be checked for compliance to the VCR Act. The "Player" will remain on the Database for 12 months until it will need a renewal update by the player’s game site. Or unless there has been a substantiated claim that they should be removed due to misconduct.

Once you have been registered you should receive an email from the UKARA database when your registration has been successfully entered (providing you supplied a legible current email address), please allow a period of time for retailer to process your application form.