Slingshot Ammo, 3/8" Steel Balls

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Keep running out of ammo in the field? Stockpile more!

These 3/8" steel balls are perfect for your Montie Gear Y-Shot or Gloveshot. Capable of being fired at speeds of up to 150 feet per second, these steel balls will surely pack a punch!

For more detailed information about the 3/8" Steel Ball Bearings, check out the Description tab below!

Made in USA

  • $6.95
In stock (10 items available)


  • 3/8" steel ball bearing
  • Made in USA


Weight & Dimensions

  • Pack of 50: 6.5 ounces



These 3/8" steel balls are perfect for your Montie Gear Y-Shot or Gloveshot. Capable of being fired at speeds of up to 150 feet per second, these steel balls will surely pack a punch!

Packaged in 50-piece bags, take only what you need with the easy-to-carry small ziplock plastic bags.


Liability Disclaimer

Upon purchase, receipt, and/or use, you (the user) agree to hold harmless Montie Inc., Montie Gear (, and Montie Design (, and its owner and offices, heirs, or employees of any and all product liability.  You agree that the above-mentioned will not be held responsible or liable for any consequential, direct or indirect or special loss, injury, or accidents caused by the slingshots, bands, pouch, ammo or other items that we produce, promote, and/or sell.  In all cases, the user assumes full responsibility and all risk associated with the use of our products.  It is your (the user's) responsibility to check local laws in order to be compliant with the slingshot, or other products that we produce, promote, and/or sell.  Our products are not to be purchased by anyone under 18 years of age.  We strongly advise parents to supervise their children at all times whenever they are using slingshots.

Care and Maintenance

  • Always examine the band and pouch before use for small nicks, tears, or punctures that may cause the band to break.  If you find any flaws, immediately discard the product and replace before use.
  • Before use, check that screws are tight and band is secure and evenly distributed between the frame and side plate
  • Store all bands out of direct sunlight and away from extreme temperatures.  This is important to maximize the life of the band, especially in storage.
  • Never use rocks or other sharp objects as ammunition.  Rocks and sharp objects will damage the band and pouch.
  • After contact with chlorinated water, rinse the bands with tap water and dry flat.
  • If the bands becomes sticky, clean with mild soap and water, dry flat, and then dust with talcum powder.

Note:  Please keep in mind that the slingshot bands are made from a natural material. This means that we have no way of predicting the life of the band. Even the best maintained bands can fail inexplicably or have a short life time. Despite our best efforts, using high quality industry standard materials and testing; approximately 1% of the bands fail early. As a result we strongly encourage you to purchase extra bands. We do not provide a warranty of any kind on bands.


Meet the Staff

The Montie Gear staff works hard to provide you with a truly heirloom quality and high performance. Montie Gear is made locally so, if you wanted to meet everyone that worked hard to make your slingshot and see all the processes that went into the product, then we can arrange that! This is a benefit that few companies can offer. Contact us to set up a tour.

    • Weight
      0.39 lbs
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  • Quantity
    50 Pieces, 100 Pieces, 200 Pieces

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  • Nathan Martin
    Apr 4, 2015, 08:00
    My son and I have been trying several types of ammo in our Y-shot slingshot, paintballs - bad idea, as they fall apart and leave a mess before exiting the slingshot. Plastic ball ammo - too light, does not fly consistently. The steel balls have the weight and aerodunamics to shoot consistently
  • Greg
    Apr 7, 2014, 08:00
    The steel 3/8 steel bearings are a good size for use in slingshots. I have yet to shoot many of them, as I've only just gotten my order.
  • Roland
    Nov 16, 2013, 07:00
    Balls of Steel! Yep, don't leave home without them!

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