Dont know about clay balls but I do Like the looks of that Gnarly Shooter .
Very Nice, I like. Good grouping. Does the clay tend to load up on the pouch?The kind of air dry clay I use does just that. It dries very hard, Darrell. And when you hit something it leaves a little puff. But some of it does stich to the concrete wall which you can rinse off with a garden hose. The upside is no ricochet. But it will ricochet of a branch or something in the woods. I made a video of shooting at a target drawn with a piece of chalk. Good because you can see your groupings or whatever. Also, they will penetrate and sometimes pass through a soda can.
Ha! this was some bad shooting with a brand new slingshot and bandset, but it gets the point across.
Do you mean 6 mills per shot since there are 10 mills to a penny?No. Not at all. It leaves just a slight bit of dust. But it don't load up at all. I buy mine from Michael's in a box about a cubic foot in size. I once figured out the approximate cost per shot and I think it came out to about 0.6 cents. Really cheap.
I think I'm interested in the 4 nipples."Daddy, do you lick your balls?"
"I couldn't possibly reach!"
"Even I can reach them up there on the side-board. I think they're great. Good job!"
"Oh. Yes, I do like my clay balls.
It seems my plan of using child labour has backfired. I have a few dozen clay balls drying ready for the kiln, but the majority of my block of clay morphed into a rabbit holding a carrot, a duck with no beak, a horse that looks like a dog, a heart shaped dish, a scroll with a poem on it about a wiggly-worm and a strange thumb pot with four nipples, all of which were more meritous to a young girl than a pile of round identically sized clay balls, no matter how much Daddy likes them.