Rubber Training Ammo
Rubber training slingshot ammo that flies true but is soft enough to not cause harm to yourself, your slingshot, or unintended targets downrange
When learning how to shoot a slingshot or teaching a child, safety is paramount. Our rubber practice training slingshot ammo flies true but is soft enough to not cause harm to yourself, your slingshot, or unintended targets downrange. It is reusable and bright white for easy viewing during flight.
SimpleShot's high-quality rubber slingshot ammo is sold in packs of 100.
Each rubber ammo ball is 10mm in diameter.
- Flippin' Pickle
Another Great Product!
I purchased this Rubber Ammo to use in my quest to learn how to shoot a Pickle Fork Slingshot and I couldn’t be more happier that I did! This ammo besides shooting well, is easy to see going down range, takes the worries out of teaching others how to shoot and is a hand and finger saver when leaning PFS!
Every time I get a new slingshot I seem to get fork hits until the frame and I bond and get things worked out. Rubber ammo let’s us get aquatinted and then move on to steel ammo without dangerous fork hits. My new rule is 200 rubber shots without a fork hit before steel.
Great for practice
The ammo is great. It's obviously a lot safer than other ammo types. It's a lot harder to break things or hurt yourself with these since they're very light rubber. And they're pretty easy to find when you want to clean up and put everything away.
Rubber Training Ammo.
Good way to practice safely. Ammo shoots straight.
Perfect for indoor shooting
It's hot and humid outside so I wanted to shoot in the basement. I tested this rubber ammo directly against the paneled wall and it left no mark. 10mm is a good size. It is a bit light but surprisingly weighty for rubber. The white balls are much easier to see than clay or steel. Misses stay in my catch box but hits on my silicone targets frequently bounce out. Well... it is rubber ammo after all, so can't really complain about that. This ammo is also great for learning to shoot a pickle fork. I used it with my Flippin' Pickle and hit the frame: no damage. (Also, it bounces off the wall really well! Yeah... it's my first PFS.) I love this practice ammo. Get some.
Great! Bounces a lot but that’s ok as long as everyone around me is safe while I’m training.