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Columbia 300 Saber

The Columbia 300 Saber gave us a medium skid through the heads with a medium transition in the mid-lane, and gave us a more arcing/angular motion in the back-end, we found the Columbia 300 Saber to be a smoother type ball motion and had very good continuation. We felt the Columbia 300 Saber would be best used as a first game ball on medium to heavier or medium length patterns. A good ball for playing a medium line on medium oil or direct line on heavy oil patterns. We like to use this type of ball in the 2nd to 3rd game ball, not on the fresh unless its a medium pattern. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball motion. You will need some oil upfront with drier backends for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong ball from Columbia 300.

Description: Featuring the New-Dynamix Asymmetric core, the Saber boasts a medium RG/High differential weight block which retains energy and makes a great move on medium-heavy oil conditions. Combined with the Reflex Solid coverstock finished to a 500/2000 matte surface, the Saber moves easily through the heads with an arcing motion towards the pins, perfect for fresh oil and digging the competition straight into their teeth.

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Hammer Diesel

The Hammer Diesel gave us a longer skid through the heads with an even transition in the mid-lane, the Diesel has a more arcing/angular motion and revs up in the back-end, we found the Diesel to have a smoother and angular ball motion and had very good continuation with a hard hit. We felt the Diesel would be best used as a first game ball on medium to heavier or a second game ball in heavier oil patterns after the lanes open up. A good ball for playing a medium line on medium oil or direct line on heavy oil patterns. We put this in the arcing and strong angular type bowling ball motion in other words it was smooth but strong of the spot. You will need some dry boards somewhere for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong mid-priced ball from Hammer.

Description: Featuring the tried and true Diesel core shape with a high RG/High Differential, the Diesel is a powerhouse designed to retain energy for impact so you can put the hammer down and decimate the pin deck. Combined with Hammer's Carbon Fiber Outer Core and Hammer's best 3-Year Warranty, this ball will run-down pins over and over again. Surrounded by the NBT Hybrid coverstock with a matte 500/2000 Abralon finish, the Diesel gives a slightly angular approach to a big backend move.

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Columbia 300 Juke

The Columbia 300 Juke gave us a longer skid through the heads with a shorter transition in the mid-lane, in addition, our Juke gave us a more arcing style back-end motion. We found the Columbia Juke to have very good continuation. It is very clean through the fronts and offers a strong backend finish that is great for the transition games in tournament or after THS breaks down, you will need some dry boards for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong mid-priced bowling ball from Columbia 300.

Description: Featuring the Modified SD Core, the brings a medium RG/medium differential symmetric core to the lanes, making it a great benchmark ball for when lanes are a challenge to read. Combined with the Bend-It Pearl polished to a 500/1000 Abralon with Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish finish, the Juke makes a fantastic addition to any arsenal, especially when lane difficulty is cranked up to 11.

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Storm Code Red

The Storm Code Red gave us a longer skid through the heads with a shorter and smoother transition in the mid-lane, the Code Red has a more arcing/angular motion and revs up in the back-end, we found the Code Red to be a smoother than we expected for a polished type ball. The Code Red ball had very good continuation. We felt it would be best used as a second to third game ball on medium to heavier and medium to longer lane patterns. A good ball for playing a medium line on medium oil or direct line on heavier oil patterns. We put this in the arcing type bowling ball motion. You will need some oil up front with drier back-ends for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong ball from Storm.

Description: ollowing in the path of the extremely successful Code Black, the Code Red provides the perfect complement. These two bowling balls share the same core, the RAD4 Asymmetric. RAD (Radial Accelerating Disk) technology offers high differential with extreme torque. The new addition is the proven R2S Hybrid coverstock, which has been found on the Hy-Road and Timeless. Polished at 1500 grit Abralon, you'll get great length, amazing mid-lane read and a strong but controllable backend reaction. When the Code Black is a bit too long and snappy, the Code Red is the perfect change of pace.


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Columbia 300 Impulse Solid

The Columbia 300 Impulse Solid had a longer skid in the head area with a shorter and smoother change in direction in the mid-lane. In addition to, having a arcing/anglar shape to it as well as very good continuation. This bowling ball has a very nice hit at the pocket on solid shots. This was a good mid-price point bowling ball. We put it in the arcing motion type of bowling ball. It plays the best on medium to heavy lane patterns playing a medium line. Conclusion: The Columbia 300 Impulse Solid was able to hit the pocket on the fresh even when some shots got right of target. This is a good strong bowling ball and great if you need some hook and continuation through the pins! You will need some oil for this ball to work at peak performance.

Description: The Columbia 300 Impulse Solid continues tradition with the use of the Impulse Symmetric core. This core was the engine inside the original Impulse and brings its low RG and high differential to the Impulse Solid. What makes the Impulse Solid special is the use of the Reflex Solid coverstock with HyperSHOCK technology, finished at 500/2000 Abralon. When paired with the Impulse core, you will see one of the strongest, most continuous backend reactions of all-time. You can see this ball rev up in the mid-lane with no possibility of burning up.


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Storm Timeless

The Storm Timeless was clean and had a shorter skid through the head area of the lane with a medium transition in the mid-lane in addition to, an angular shape ball motion, it had more even transitions in all three zones than we expected. Worked well on medium to heavy oil patterns or the tougher sport shots, the Storm Timeless had very good continuation and a strong hit. The Time was about 5 boards stronger than the Code Black, and cleaner than the Snap Lock, we felt the Storm Timeless would be best used as the perfect fit for when your high-end benchmark ball, like the Phaze II or Haywire, burn out or after the first game when the shot opens up. The Storm Timeless would be best used playing a medium line on medium heavy oil. As well as an inside line on lighter patterns or after the shot breaks down. Conclusion: The Storm Timeless was able to hit the pocket on the fresh even when some shots got right of target. This ball is a good strong bowling and great if you need some hook and continuation through the pins!

Description: Storm and Jason Belmonte have teamed up to create a ball reaction for the ages in the Storm Timeless. Belmo came to Storm and told him of his desire to create a specific ball reaction based off of his time on the PBA tour and bowling in international events. The mindset was to create a ball motion that has never been seen before. The result was the Timeless.
Introducing the new Dual-Drive symmetric core, which features a high RG and high differential for maximum energy retention and backend reaction. This is a totally unique core shape that is different from anything Storm has ever done, and is the reason that this ball has such a different ball reaction. Storm wanted to cover this core with the same coverstock from Belmo’s favorite Bowling Ball , the Hy-Road. The Hy-Road used the R2S Hybrid Reactive coverstock, finished at 1500 Grit Polished, and so does the Timeless. This is a ball that is designed for every bowler, no matter the style.


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Storm Sure Lock

The Storm Sure Lock gave us a medium skid through the head area of the lane with a longer and smoother transition in the mid-lane as well as a continuous arcing style bowling ball motion. We felt the Storm Sure Lock would be best used as a first game ball on medium to heavier and longer lane patterns. In addition, we also felt the Storm Sure Lock would be best used playing a medium line on medium oil patterns or a direct line on heavier patterns. A good ball for breaking down the pattern and a good complement for the snap lock. You will need some oil but don't have to be flooded for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong ball from Storm.

Description: Storm continues the success of the Lock series with the Sure Lock bowling ball. The Sure Lock combines the successful RAD-X core with their new GI-17 (Game Improvement-2017) solid reactive coverstock. This combination works to provide a unique ball motion. The core provides awesome hook and ball motion with power while the coverstock fights through heavy oil to produce mid-lane roll. This ball helps with controlling the mid-lane as well as pin carry. The Sure Lock is a sure thing!


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Roto Grip Dare Devil Trick

The Roto Grip Dare Devil Trick gave us a shorter skid through the head area of the lane with a longer and smoother transition in the mid-lane and an angular shape bowling ball motion, it had even transitions in all three zone. Worked well on heavier oil patterns, with very good continuation with a strong hit. We felt the Roto Grip Dare Devil Trick would be best used as a first game ball on medium heavy and long patterns. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball and great for smoothing out your reaction if your polished or pin-up balls are to squirty or over reacting try the Dare Devil Trick pin down layout. A great mid-priced bowling ball for playing a medium line on fresh medium heavy patterns and direct line on heavier lane conditions. You will need some oil for this ball to work at peak performance of this bowling ball. Conclusion: The Roto Grip Dare Devil Trick was a great mid-priced bowling ball is great for blending out our reaction has very good continuation through the pins!

Description: Featuring the ultra-low RG symmetrical Madcap Core, the Dare Devil Trick is designed to deliver easy mid-lane read with continuation downlane. Combined with the Reckless Solid Coverstock, the Dare Devil trick makes short work of higher oil volumes, making this ball perfect for longer oil patterns where an early bite and continuous backend ensure victory.


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Track Mako

The Track Mako gave us a shorter skid through the head area of the lane with a longer and smoother transition in the mid-lane and an angular shape bowling ball motion, it had even transitions in all three zone. Worked well on heavier oil patterns, with very good continuation with a strong hit. We felt the Track Mako would be best used as a first game ball on medium heavy and long patterns. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball. A good ball for playing a medium line on fresh medium heavy patterns and direct line on heavier lane conditions and a good complement for the original Paradox. You will need some oil for this ball to work at peak performance of this bowling ball. Conclusion: The Track Mako was able to hit the pocket on the fresh even when some shots got right of where we wanted. This ball is great if you need some hook and continuation through the pins!

Description: The new Mako core follows in the footsteps of the Paradox by offering Track's 2nd dual density core design. The dual densities allow the designers to create a more exact ball reaction. Low RG and High Differential for max response in oil. The QR-10 Solid is the strongest coverstock in the Track lineup, offering amazing traction in oil. With this cover/core combination, you will see a ball that reads the lane through the oil which creates proper angle and strong, smooth continuation through the pins.

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Track Kinetic Emerald

The Track Kinetic Emerald gave us a long skid through the front part of the lane with a very short transition and a sharper change in direction in the mid-lane, the Kinetic Emerald has an angular style ball motion and does seem to rev up in the back-end, we found the Kinetic Emerald has a sharper type ball motion and very good continuation with a strong hit. We felt the Kinetic Emerald would be best used as a second or third game ball after the pattern opens up on medium to heavier lane patterns. We put this in the angular motion type bowling ball motion. A good ball for playing an inside line on fresh medium patterns and to broken down heavier lane conditions. You will need some dry boards on the back-end for this ball to work at peak performance of this bowling ball. Conclusion: The Track Kinetic Emerald glides thru the front end and responds very well down lane. It gives you a sharper entry angle to the pocket with control. Due to the modified Kinetic asymmetric core. As the Track Mako starts to eat up the oil. The Track Kinetic takes over and delivers a great 1-2 punch a good ball for house and tournament conditions.


Description: Track is bringing back the popular Kinetic series in the Track Kinetic Emerald. This ball features the modified Kinetic core which has a low RG, medium differential, and low mass bias. These components allow this ball to save its energy longer but use it quicker. Track has combined this core with the DR-6 Hybrid coverstock which produces a strong down lane motion. Due to the angular characteristics of this ball it is a good match for medium oil or broken down lanes. This mid performance ball with a mid performance price and an asymmetric core is hard to beat.

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Hammer Gauntlet
The Hammer Gauntlet gave us a longer skid through the heads with a shorter transition in the mid-lane, the Gauntlet has a more arcing/angular motion revs up in the back-end, we found the Gauntlet to be a smoother type ball motion and had very good continuation. We felt the Gauntlet would be best used as a first game ball on medium to heavier and longer lane patterns. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball motion. A good ball for playing a medium line on medium oil or direct line on heavy oil patterns. You will need some oil but don't have to be flooded for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong ball from Hammer.

Description: Returning is the extremely strong Semtex CFI coverstock from the Scandal, only this time we've used a hybrid version. This is the strongest cover in Hammer's history. Heavy oil is no match.However, this time we didn't try to tame the reaction with a symmetric core. The new Gauntlet Asymmetric core was designed to maximize hook and continuation on heavy oil. The Gauntlet will have more overall hook and more angularity than the Scandal.

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Hammer Rebel Solid
The Hammer Rebel Solid gets down the lane with a longer skid through the heads with a shorter transition in the mid-lane, the Rebel Solid has a little hook and set type ball motion even though it was angular, the rebel solid was smoother then the original rebel this do to the solid cover-stock rather than pearl and a good compliment. The Rebel Solid would be best used on heavier medium to longer lane patterns and good for blending out the wet/dry and offering control in the backends and it a a good upper mid price point bowling ball. You will need drier back-ends for peak performance of this bowling ball.

Description: The new Rebel Core uses technology designed to create extra revs for bowlers, increasing ball reaction. The low RH and medium-high differential allows the ball to read the midlane and pick up a strong roll.​ The NBT Solid overstock finished to a 500/2000 Abralon Matte surface bites hard and delivers strong overall hook on Medium to Heavy Oil.

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Hammer Phobia
The Hammer Phobia gets down the lane with a longer skid through the heads with a shorter transition in the mid-lane, the phobia has a more angular motion and a more controlled reaction, this do to the symmetric core. has a nice motion and good compliment to the dark legend. The Phobia would be best used on medium heavy oil patterns or as a second game ball after the shot opens up. You will need drier back-ends for peak performance of this bowling ball.

Description: The powerful Semtex Pearl cover-stock provides a powerful skid/snap reaction on medium to heavy oil conditions. Polished to a 500/1000 Abralon w/Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish finish, the Phobia skids easily through the heads for a devastating and fearsome back-end. Combined with the new Phobia core which conjures the power and performance of the Gas Mask Asymmetric in a new Symmetric option, joins a medium RG and high differential rating to give this ball length with a volatile reaction. Here's what Hammer has to say about the Scandal Pearl: Continue Reading...


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Hammer Scandal Pearl
The hammer scandal pearl gets down the lane with a longer skid through the heads and sharp motion through the pins. It has more mid-lane and overall roll than the average pearl. Good ball for all types of bowlers from strokers to crankers. In addition, the Scandal Is a good ball on the heavier medium to heavy lane patterns. The great thing about this strong rolling ball is you can keep moving left and the ball does not stop moving toward the pocket. A good complement the original Scandal when it's too much and burns out. You will need drier back-ends for peak performance of this bowling ball. Good ball for those that are looking for something that offers a great motion that does not stop it motion in the backend – it really continues through the pin deck and very versatile.

Description: The unbelievable hook from the original scandal is back - this time with the Semtex Pearl CFI coverstock to allow for a skid/flip reaction when the lanes begin to break down. This ball still hits strong and leaves a sting with the Scandal Symmetric core that made the original Scandal an absolutely unstoppable force on the lanes. Here's what Hammer has to say about the Scandal Pearl: Continue Reading...


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Ebonite Maverick
The Maverick is a great compliment for the Columbia Tyrant. As the games go on and the Tyrant is becoming to much. We switched to the Ebonite Maverick for a foot or two of extra length and a ton of controllable motion down lane. On the fresh the Maverick will turn over a bit, we recommend adjusting the surface with a 3000 abralon pad to allow it to pick up just a bit sooner. This way the shape will be even more controllable in the beginning of the night...

Description: The Maverick takes the amazing Warrior asymmetric core and modifies it to create more backend hook. The high differential will create extra flare which aides in providing outstanding continuation. Pair this with the GB 14.0 Solid reactive coverstock, finished at 500/2000 Abralon, and you've got a ball that will create traction in the heaviest of oil.

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DV8 Grudge Pearl
This pearl version of the original Grudge has a strong motion that cuts through longer and heavier patterns easily and comes off the pattern with a strong and continuous motion. Once the pattern opened up carry increased Low rev players looking for free hook will like this ball on medium and heavier patterns.

Description: Grudge Pearl features the beloved Grudge Low RG Asymmetric core which was included in the Grudge and Grudge Hybrid. This is the strongest core ever from DV8 and will provide maximum flare and hook. The new part of the equation is the Composite Hook Pearl, finished at 500 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound. This shiny pearl coverstock with composite technology will create the strongest, most angular pearl in DV8 history.

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DV8 Deviant Pearl
We drilled the Deviant Pearl 5 1/2 inches off axis with no hole, which puts the pin above the fingers more towards the middle finger. The length on this ball is very good. It gets down the lane very nicely through the heads, it starts revving towards the back of the mid lane and on the backends the ball has a VERY strong and powerful change of direction. One thing that we am really impressed with this ball is how well it reads the lane pattern. We threw the Deviant Pearl on just a simple 39' house shot, and we were able to stay on the same line for about a game and a half before making any minor changes. We were able to stay lined up more often.

Description: he Deviant Medium-RG Symmetric core, with its high-RG/high differential rating, is featured in the Deviant Pearl just like in the original. This core offers great length with a high flaring motion on the backend.
Paired with the new Composite Pearl coverstock finished to a 500 Siaair/Royal Compound finish, you'll see amazing length and versatility on medium-light oil conditions.


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DV8 Vandal Smash
We drilled ours 55x4x45 and left it box finish. This ball is comparable to the original Vandal but, it is cleaner down lane and makes a very powerful angular motion into the pocket. The Vandal Smash is great for heavy to medium oil conditions. This is a great benchmark ball, so if you want to play in or out on the lane this ball provides you with all angles to the pocket...

Description: The Vandal Smash uses the Vandal Asymmetric Core made famous in the original Vandal. The high differential creates maximum flare for a strong roll that reads all parts of the lane. The Composite Solid coverstock, finished at 500/4000 Grit Siaair, gets through the heads cleanly, owns the midlane and finishes with an extremely strong but controllable backend reaction.


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DV8 Grudge Hybrid
This new version of the Grudge gave us more length and a much stronger motion off the breakpoint with continuous motion through the pin deck. This ball gives you extra length than the original Grudge and saved its energy until it hits the pins. This is a versatile ball and it is especially made for heavier oil pattern...

Description: The DV8 Grudge Hybrid features the proven Grudge Low RG Asymmetric core which was featured in the original. This core offers a low RG/high differential for maximum hook and flare. The difference is the new Composite Hook Hybrid coverstock, finished at 500/4000 Siaair. This will give the Grudge Hybrid extra length and energy retention which will result in the strongest backend reaction possible.


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Columbia 300 Impulse
The Impulse is a little stronger than advertised. We drilled our ball to be long and smooth off the spot, yet this ball is quite angular still with this layout. Very clean through the fronts and offers a strong backend finish that is PERFECT for the transition games in tournament or after THS breaks down...

Description: The Columbia 300 Impulse: With it's HyperShock Outer Core material wrapped around the new Impulse Symmetrical inner core delivers a medium-RG/high differential punch on tricky lane conditions. Combined with the Reflex Hybrid coverstock, the Impulse gives a benchmark reaction on the lane with maximized energy transfer at the pins.


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Storm IQ Tour Pearl, bowling ballStorm IQ Tour Pearl
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Storm IQ Tour Pearl was 45 x 45 x 4 1/2 Dual Angle Drilling... The ball gave us a longer slide through the head area of the lane along with a shorter and stronger transition in the mid-lane. In addition to a very strong angular motion on the back part of the lane... This was a very good bowling ball for us... We got a very strong hit and great pin carry with this ball in both centers we tested it at... In addition, we did adjust the coverstock with factory finish polish... A Strong hitting bowling ball... Again we Found this to be a very good bowling ball from Storm!!!

Description: The IQ Tour Pearl features the perfect combination of mid-lane control and backend hook. This is exactly what bowlers need on difficult lane conditions, an easy-to-read reaction!


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Storm Sync, bowling ballStorm SYNC
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Storm SYNC was pin below our ring finger with the mass in the strong position... The ball gave us medium slide through the head area of the lane along with a medium and smooth transition in the mid-lane. In addition to a nice strong motion on the back part of the lane... This was a very good bowling ball for us... We got a lot of great pin carry with this ball in both centers we tested it at... In addition, we did adjust the coverstock to a 2000 grit abralon surface finish... A Strong high revving bowling ball... We Found this to be a very good bowling ball from Storm!!!

Description: Everyone loves variety, this is what Storm is serving up. This ball has many different options for drilling layouts and has been tested and tried to sync up with heavier oil patterns. This Storm Sync is going to be more aggressive than the Virtual Gravity and is considered top of the Premier line that Storm offers. It will react great mid-lane and have great continuation into the pocket!


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Columbia EnigmaColumbia Enigma
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Columbia Enigma was pin below our ring finger with the mass in the strong position... The ball gave us medium slide through the head with a smooth transition in the mid-lane. In addition to a nice strong arcing backend reaction... Although we did adjust the coverstock to a 2000 grit abralon surface finish...This ball seems to work the best when playing the track area on medium lenth patterns with drier back ends... A Strong arcing bowling ball... We Found this to be a very good bowling ball!!!

Description: Again the famous Encounter Core (found in Encounter and Dark Encounter balls) is back with some great added features in the Columbia Enigma. This ball really excels on heavy oil lane conditions and the new Total Friction Technology Coverstock allows this ball to have aggressive mid-lane control!


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Hammer Arson Hybrid, bowling ballHammer Arson Hybrid
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Hammer Arson Hybrid was pin above our ring finger with the mass in the strong position... The ball gave us a longer slide with a short and very strong transition. In addition to a very strong angular backend reaction... Although we did adjust the coverstock to a 2000 grit for a more consistant reaction...This ball seems to work the best when you want to open up the lane or stand left and throw right so to speak... A Strong angular bowling ball...

Description: Hammer completes the options in the Arson Line-up with the Hammer Arson Hybrid. This ball fits perfectly in the middle giving the bowler the combination of control and length in one mid-performance ball. Hybrids are very versatile and can be used on a number of different oil patterns. This ball is known for gripping the mid-lanes yet still arc's smoothly in the backend burning through the oil engulfing the pins! You'll need a fire extinguisher to stop the smoke on this ball.


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Hammer First BloodHammer First Blood
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Hammer First Blood was pin under our ring finger with the mass in the strong position... The ball gave us a longer slide with a smoother transition and more even and controlled backend reaction... In addtion, we did have to adjust the coverstock to a 2000 grit for a more consistant reaction...This is a ball for controlling the front part of the lane after it breaks down and your early roller dies out and stops reacting... In addition, it will need dry boards to react...

Description: Ready to suck the life out of your bowling pins? This ball will leave no survivors. The Hammer First Blood introduces the new First Blood core and will give you the clean skid/flip reaction you are looking for. The NBT (Next Big Thing) coverstock will allow for the longest and sharpest backend reaction in Hammer's history. This ball cuts through the oil and will finish strong with a powerful cutting hook.**Release
Date is February 5th, 2013**


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roto grip disturbedRoto Grip Disturbed
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Roto Grip Disturbed in this video was the pin under our ring finger and the CG in the strong position, (Note: this is a slow response to friction or a control type drilling). In addition, we bowled on a 43 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was a shorter slide through the heads with a longer and smoother transition to hook in the mid-lane with a smooth motion on the back end... The hook style we got was hook and set... This ball played well up the boards on wet dry type bowling lane conditions we could also swing this ball after the shot broke down... In addition, this was a very smooth ball for us... It seemed to work well on a medium heavy pattern and will need some oil to work its best!

Features: Release Date: 01/13/2013 Performance: High Performance(8) RG: 2.50 Differential: 0.043 Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Sanded Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: 66MH Solid Reactive Factory Finish: 2000-Grit Abralon Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Middle Roll 70 Quality: First Quality Roto Grip Product Line: HP3 Color(s): Green,Black


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Track 503T, bowling ballTrack 503T
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Track 503T in this video was the pin under our ring finger and the CG in the strong position, (Note: this is a slow response to friction or a control type drilling). In addition, we bowled on a 43 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was a medium slide through the heads with a longer and smoother transition to hook in the mid-lane with a smooth strong motion on the back end... The hook style we got was smooth arc... This ball played well in the track area... In addition, this was a strong but smooth ball for us... In addtion, the Track 503T was a pretty controllable bowling ball... It seemed to work well on a medium heavy pattern and will need some oil to work its best!

FEATURES: Color: Red/Gold/Navy Core: Packman Veneer: Gen MT (Moderate Traction) Core Type: Asymmetrical Surface: 800 Abranet ,1000,2000 Abralon Reaction: Traction RG: 2.51 Diff: .057 Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Oily


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Hammer Arson Pearl, bowling ballHammer Arson Pearl
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Arson Pearl in this video was the pin under our ring finger and the CG in the strong position, (Note: this is a slow response to friction or a control type drilling). In addition, we bowled on a 43 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was a longer slide through the heads with a shorter transition to hook in the mid-lane with a strong motion on the back end... The hook style we got was very strong and angular... This ball played well inside the track area... This was a strong ball for us on the friction and has a very nice strong hit...!! In addtion, even though it had a fast reponse it was pretty controllable... This was a good ball from Hammer!

FEATURES: Color: Red / Turquoise Core: Arson Veneer: Max-Corner Pearl Surface: 500, 1000, 2000 Abralon, Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal RG: 2.48 Diff: .045 Hook Rating: 16 (Finish-2, Cover-8, Core-6) Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil


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Track 706ATrack 706A
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Track 706A in this video was the pin above our ring finger and the CG in the strong position, (Note: this is a fast response to friction or a long and strong type drilling). In addition, we bowled on a 43 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was a longer slide through the heads with a shorter transition to hook in the mid-lane with a strong motion on the back end... The hook style we got was very strong and angular... This ball played the well inside the track area and also played well on a down and in type line... This was a strong ball for us on the friction and has a very nice strong hit...!!
All and all the Track 706A was a good ball for starting the ball in the oil and just touching the dry area of the lane at the break-point or at the end of the oil pattern... Again this ball had a very strong response to the dry area of the lane...

Specification: Color: Black/Gold/Purple - Core: Helmet - Core Type: Asymmetrical - Coverstock: Gen XA (Xtra Angle) - Finish: 800 Abranet, 1000, 2000 Abralon, Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish - RG: #16-2.53, #15-2.52, #14-2.54 - Differential: #16-.047, #15-.053, #14-.054 - Reaction: Angular - Recommened Lane Condition: Medium to Medium-Heavy Oil - Ball comes with a microfiber cleaning sack with instructions on its use.


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Hammer RatchetHammer Ratchet
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Hammer Ratchet in this video was the pin below our ring finger and the CG in the strong position, (Note: this is a slow response or control type drilling). In addition, we bowled on a 43 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was a medium slide along with a longer and smoother transition to hook with a smooth/controllable back end motion. This ball basically had very even and smooth transitions. We felt this to be a very good hybrid type bowling ball that would work well in medium to medium heavy oil volumes. An impressive bowling ball. The ball will need some oil to perform as designed.

Specification: Color: Violet/Black/Silver Core: Modified Mirror Plane Asymmetric Core (MPA) Veneer: Grand Theft Reactive II Hybrid Surface: 800 Abranet, 1000, 2000, 3000 Abralon RG: 2.49 Diff: .057 Hook Rating: 23 (Finish-5, Cover-10, Core-8) Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Medium-Heavy Oil


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ebonite cycloneEbonite Cyclone
The Bowling Ball Layout we used for the Ebonite Cyclone in this video was the pin below our ring finger and the CG in the strong position, (Note: this is a slow response or control type drilling). In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was longer slide throgh the heads with a longer and smoother transition in the mid-lane with a stronger and more anglar motion on the backend. The Cyclone seems to work the bestin the track area and on a medium patterns with drier back-ends or after a heavier pattern has broken down... This is a great ball from ebonite and should be consider for those bowlers that need a good bowling ball but are on a tight budget...

Specifications: Coverstock: GB 10.7 Factory Finish: 4000 Abralon, Polished with Powerhouse Factory Finish Ball Polish Core: Cyclone Torque RG: 16#-2.53 15#-2.53 14#-2.54 RG Diff: 16#-.047 15#-.053 14#-.053 Flare Potential: High Length: (Scale 1-50, least to most) 28 Hook Potential: (Scale 1-50, least to most) 36 Hook Style: Length with Strong Backend Reaction Best Lane Condition: Light to Medium Oil


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storm franticStorm Frantic
We had our Storm Frantic drilled in this video with the pin below our ring finger and the CG in the strong position. In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was longer slide with a longer and smoother transition in the mi-lane with a medium reation on the backend. The Frantic seems to work the bestin the track area and on a medium pattern or after a heavier pattern has broken down...It seemed to work well on medium oil patterns...

Specifications: RG: 2.53 Differential: 0.045 Flare Potential: 4-5" Durometer: 74-76 Lane Condition: Medium Finish: Polished Coverstock: Hybrid Reactive Coverstock Name: R2S Hybrid Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished Fragrance: Orange Lime Color: Orange Solid / Green Pearl Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: N.O.S. Quality: First Quality
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storm victory roadStorm Victory Road
We had our Storm Victory Road drilled pin above in this video and the CG in the strong position. In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was longer slide with a short and strong transition to hook along with a lot of strong back-end... We Got a Very Strong Reaction Out Of This Ball...It seemed to work well on medium to heavy oil patterns...

Specifications: Features: RG: 2.56 Differential: .052 Flare Potential: 5 - 6 (Med-High) Lane Condition: Medium Coverstock Name: R2STM Pearl Reactive Factory Finish: 1500-grit Polish Fragrance: Warm Maple Syrup Color: Amethyst Pearl / Gray Pearl Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Inverted Fe


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Hammer ArsonHammer Arson
We had our Hammer Arson drilled pin below in this video and the mass bias in the strong position. In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes...The reaction we got out of this ball was longer slide with a smoother transition to hook along with a smooth back end motion...It seemed to work well on medium to heavy oil patterns...

Specifications: Color: Red/Black/Silver All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown. Core: Hot Sauce Veneer: Hybrid version of the Max-Hook Reactive Surface: 800 Abranet, 1000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal RG: 2.50 Diff: .040 Hook Rating: 20 (Finish-6, Cover-8, Core-6) Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil


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Ebonite Elevate
We had 2 Elevate bowling balls in this video. One was a pin under and the other was a pin above. The pin under gave us a longer slide with a smoother transition and more even and controlled backend reaction, while the pin above was longer in is slide zone but shorter in its transition to hook and more angular on the back part of the lane...These to drillings with this ball were a great comliment to each other. The Ebonite Elevate is a very good mid-line bowling ball from ebonite...

Features: Core: V5 Veneer: Traxion Reactive Hybrid 0.30 Surface: 800 Abranet, 1000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon with Powerhouse Factory Finish Ball Polish A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal Flare Potential: High Length: Scale of 1-50 (Least to Most): 28 Hook Potential: Scale of 1-50 (Least to Most): 45.95 Break Point Angle: 14.25 Hook Style: Length with Strong Continuation RG: 2.51 Diff: .046 Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil


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Elite InsanityElite Insanity
The Elite Insanity gave us a longer slide with a shorter transistion and a more angular back e motion... We used a stacked pin above our ring drilling layout on this ball... This was a strong and angular bowling ball...

Features: Coverstock: FX95+ Reactive Weight Block: Double Image Color: Purple/Green/Silver (Actual ball color may vary.) Ball Finish: Wet Sand 1500 RG: (16# 2.516) (15# 2.493) (14# 2.539) Diff: (16# 0.037) (15# 0.038) (14# 0.036) Best Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil


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Brunswick C (System) ulti-maxBrunswick C (System) ulti-max
Brunswick C (System) ulti-max gave us a longer slide with a medium length transition to hook with a more angular ball motion on the back end... This ball had a lot of revving action down lane along with mixing pin carry...

Specifications: RG: 2.585 Differential: .050 Durometer: 75-76 Breakpoint Shape: Long & Strong Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Polished Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: CFT ulti-max pearl Factory Finish: 500; 1,500 Siaair Micro Pad; Rough Buff Finish Color: Black / Red / Silver Pearl Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: Dual Flip I–Block


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DV8 Hell Raiser, bowling ballDV8 Hell Raiser gave us very even and controlled transition... We really enjoyed the nice arcing style motion to this bowling ball... This is a very easy to read bowling ball due to the the color and controlled ball motion... We used a pin below drilling layout for a slow response to friction reaction... A nice ball by DV8...!

The Hell Raiser skids easily through the front and mid-lane with a very quick response to friction on the backend creating a highly angular motion that rips through the pins on medium oily to oily lane conditions.

Features: RG:2.591 Differential:0.054 Mass Bias Diff:0.016 Breakpoint Shape:Angular Lane Condition:Heavy Finish:Polished Coverstock:Reactive Resin Coverstock Name:Class 5 Reactive Factory Finish:500; 1,500 Siaair Micro Pad; Rough Buff Finish Color:Red / Yellow / Black Core Type:Asymmetric Core Name:Hell Raiser Core

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track 919c, bowling ballTrack 919C gave us a longer slide with a shorter transition to hook with a smooth and very strong ball motion on the back end... The hook style we got was strong and angular but also gave us some hook and set... This ball played the best just inside the track area... This was a strong ball for us...!!

The 919C features an all new core with a revolutionary “HAZE” coverstock. The name of the game: continuation! To make the most continuous mid-lane ball motion our R&D team could produce. Yes, you heard me right…“C” is for continuous not control.

FEATURES: Color: Blue/Red/Silver All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown. Core: ALL NEW “Edge” Veneer: “NEW” HAZE HP9C Core Type: Asymmetrical Surface: 500 Abranet, 1000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon, 3000 Abralon A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal Reaction: Continuous Control RG: 2.54 Diff: .050 Recommended Lane Condition: Medium/Heavy-Heavy Oil

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Brunswick Loaded RevolverBrunswick Loaded Revolver gave us a longer slide with a shorter and smoother transition to hook with a smooth angular ball motion on the back part of the lane… This ball had even transitions and was very controllable…

The Loaded Revolver unites the proven Propel X coverstock and the Jack low RG core to produce a ball motion that clears the front with ease and is aggressive in the mid-lane with a quick, continuous response to friction on the backend.

Specification: RG: 2.558 Differential: 0.054 Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Polished Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Propel X Factory Finish: 500; 1,500 Siaair Micro Pad; Rough Buff Finish Color: Black / White Pearl Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Jack

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hammer epidemic, bowling ballHammer Epidemicgave us a very long slide and short transition to hook with a lot of back end motion on the friction part of the lane. We were impressed with this new hammer bowling ball with it’s strong angular back end motion… This was a fast responding bowling ball on the back ends… This ball will need dry boards to react when using the out of box finish...

The Hammer Epidemic transfers a ton of energy to the pins, and this ball comes with a devastating backend movement.

Features: Color: Full Spectrum All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown. Core: Biohazard Core Veneer: Level 5 Reactive Pearl Surface: 800 Abranet, 1000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon, 2000 Abralon with PowerHouse Factory Finish Polish A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal RG: 2.53 Diff: .045 Hook Rating: 19 (Finish-2, Cover-10, Core-7) Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil

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storm marvel pearl, bowling ballStorm Marvel Pearl
The Storm Marvel Pearl had a long skid with a short and strong transition to hook along with a very strong and angular motion on the back end. This was a very fast response bowling ball and grabs hard on the dry area of the pattern...

The New Storm Marvel Pearl Features the Prodigy's pearl R2X material included Enhanced Traction Mica (ETM) and a 4000-grit Abralon texture in the cover stock to help control the midlane along with the Centripetal™ core shape powers the new Marvel Pearl and produces a very predictable bowling ball motion...

The Marvel Pearl Specifications Include: Features: COLOR: Silver/Deep Purple/Maroon All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown. COVERSTOCK: R2X Pearl Reactive CORE: Centripetal FACTORY FINISH: 1500-grit Polish FRAGRANCE:Aromatherapy - Score RECOMMENED LANE CONDITION: Medium-Heavy Oil RG: 16#-2.48, 15#-2.48, DIFFERENTIAL: 16#-.052, 15#-.050,

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Roto Grip Critical TheoryRoto Grip Critical Theory gave us a longer slide with a shorter and stronger transition to hook with a more angular ball motion on the back end... This ball revved up a lot down lane...!
Watch the reaction video on the side bar for a better look and the motion of this new bowling ball from Roto Grip...!

The New Critical Theory from Roto Grip was designed to maximize dry lane traction, this shell will help increase your entry angle and sharpen your break point.

The Critical Theory Specifications Include: Performance: Pro Performance(10) RG: 2.49 Differential: 0.058 Mass Bias Diff: 0.013 Flare Potential: 7+ Inches Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Matte Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Insight Pearl Reactive Factory Finish: 4000 Grit Abralon Color: Cherry / White / Obsidian Core Name: Triliptic

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Storm Virtual Gravity Nano, bowling ball, reviewStorm Virtual Gravity Nano
We used a pin above our ring finger drilling layout with the mass bias in the strong position along with the out of box finish in the video... In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes with guardian synthetic overlay...

The Virtual Gravity Nano gave us a longer skid, shorter transition to hook along with a more angular back end than the orginal, we felt it would be a good compliment for it, if the ever remake the ball...This ball recovered well but did not jump on the dry area of the lane...


The Storm Virtual Gravity was one of the most successful and best selling balls of all time, we just made it better. More aggressive. More strikes...
Specifications: RG: 2.48 Differential: .052, Flare Potential: 6" Plus (High), Lane Condition: Heavy, Finish: Matte, Coverstock: Reactive Resin, Coverstock Name: NRG - Nano Reactive Genesis, Factory Finish: 4000-grit Abralon, Color: Orange / Navy / Cobalt, Core Type: Asymmetric, Core Name: Shape Lock HD (High Density) (14-16 lbs)


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storm reign supreme, bowling ball video reviewsStorm Reign Supreme
We used a pin above our bridge drilling layout with the CG 4 inches from our PAP along with the out of box finish in the video... In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes with guardian synthetic overlay...

The Reign Supreme gave us a longer skid, long smooth transition to hook with a angular back end response that was very forgiving that recovered well but did not jump on the dry area of the lane...


The Storm Reign Supreme features a Hybrid coverstock designed to compiment the other two reign bowling balls in the series...
Specifications: RG:2.57 Differential:.048 Flare Potential:4” - 5” (Medium-High) Lane Condition:Medium-Heavy Finish:Polished Coverstock:Reactive Resin Coverstock Name:R2S Hybrid Reactive Factory Finish:1500-grit Polished Fragrance:Lava Spice Color:Purple / Ruby Core Type:Symmetric Core Name: C.A.M. (Continuous Axis Migration)


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brusnwick revolver, bowling ball, review, videoBrunswick Revolver
We used a 45 x 4 x 35 degree dual angle drilling layout with the out of box finish in the video... In addition, we bowled on a 42 ft house pattern on wood lanes with guardian synthetic overlay... The revlover gave us a lot of end over end roll in the last transition... The ball was pretty smooth for a pearl bowling ball...

The Revolver will provide good length with a strong continuous back-end reaction that matches up on medium to oily lane conditions ...Specifations: RG: 3.80 Differential: .054 Breakpoint Shape: 85 Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Matte Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: ConneXion Grip Factory Finish: 500, 4000 Siaair Micro Pad Color: Purple Pearl / White Pearl Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Jack Core

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lane 1 massacre, lane 1 bowling balls, bowling ball videosLane #1 Massacre
We used a pin under the ring finger drilling with the cg angled in the strong position for a slower and smoother response to friction. This is exactly how this ball reacted too... It was nice smooth and angular with a hard hit and great pin carry...

Specifications: RG: 2.557 Differential:.041 Flare Potential:4-5" Durometer:77 Lane Condition:Medium-Heavy Finish:MatteCoverstock:Reactive Resin Coverstock Name:Texas Massacre Factory Finish:Matte Color:Destruction Red Core Type:SymmetricCore Name:Hybrid Destruction

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roto grip cellRoto Grip Mutant Cell
We used a 50 x 4 x 35 dual angle drilling layout on this ball for a strong midlane for high track bowlers... We did use a balance hole 4 inches from the grip line... We did have to adjust the cover with 2000 abralon to get a smoother ball reaction, we were very impressed with this ball, it reminds us of the Storm Virtual Gravity but with a little longer skid... The video was on a 42 foot house shot on wood lane with guardian...

Specifications: Specs: RG: 2.54 Differential: 0.047 Flare Potential: 7+ Inches (High) Durometer: 73 - 75 Rex D-scale Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Sanded Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Cytoplasmic XL(TM) Solid Reactive Factory Finish: 2000 Abralon Color: Red / Yellow / Black Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: Nucleus II(TM)

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roto grip cell pearlRoto Grip Mutant Cell Pearl
We used a 45x4 1/2x35 dual angle drilling layout on this ball for a strong midlane for high track bowlers... We did use a balance hole 4 inches from the grip line... We did have to adjust the cover stock with 1000 abralon to get a smoother ball reaction, after the cover adjustment the ball reaction was very impressive... The video was on a 42 foot house shot on wood lane with guardian...

Specifications: RG: 2.54 Differential: 0.047 Mass Bias Diff: 0.021 Flare Potential: 7+ Inches (High) Durometer: 73 - 75 Rex D-scale Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Sanded Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Cytoplasmic XL Pearl Reactive Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished Color: Aqua / Copper / Purple Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: Nucleus II.

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storm prodigyStorm Prodigy
We used a label leverage type drilling layout on this ball. This layout and bowling ball reaction was very smooth, angular and had a very nice reaction at the pocket...
The ball work very well for us on the house conditions we bowled on...

The Storm Prodigy Specifications: RG: 2.48 Differential: 0.050 Flare Potential: 5 - 6 (High) Durometer: 73-75 Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Matte Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: R2X Pearl Reactive with ETM Factory Finish: 4000-grit Abralon Fragrance: Blueberry Color: Carbon / Sapphire / Sterling Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Centripetal

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brunswick siegeBrunswick Siege
We used a pin under the ring finger drilling layout on the ball and the mass bias at 1 1/2 inches to the right of our thumb hole. This layout and bowling ball reaction was very angular for a solid cover stock bowling ball...
The ball work very well for us on a medium heavy oil pattern with a shorter length...

The Brunswick Siege Specification: RG: 2.500 Differential: 0.056 Durometer: 75-76 Breakpoint Shape: 85 Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Polished Coverstock: Reactive Resin Factory Finish: 1,000 Micro pad Color: Black / Silver Core Type: Asymmetric

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Columbia Pure SwingColumbia Pure Swing
This ball also had the 50 X 4 1/2 x 35 dual angle bowling ball layout, we adjusted the ball surface with a 2000 abralon to smooth out the over reaction, the bowling lane surface was wood lanes on a 42 ft house pattern, the ball played well if we kept it in the oil...

The Columbia 300 Pure Swing Specification: RG: 2.520 Differential: .056 Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Polished Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Full Tilt 5.0 Pearl Factory Finish: 800, 1000 grit Abralon Color: Black / Gold Pearl Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: Full Swing

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Columbia Full SwingColumbia Full Swing
We used a pin under our ring finger and the mass bias 2 inches to the right of our thumb hole for a slow and smooth reaction... We did did not need a balance hole on this ball...The bowling lane surface was wood lanes on a 42 ft house pattern, this ball hits hard with a lot of solid pocket strikes...
It really reminds me an ebonite V2 sanded...

The Columbia 300 Full Swing Specification: RG: 2.490 Differential: .056 Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Matte Coverstock: Full Tilt 5.0 Reactive Resin Reaction: Skid/Flip Factory Finish: 4000 grit Abralon Color: Black Core: Asymmetric Columbia's Mass Bias Full Swing

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ebonite vital signEbonite Vital Sign
The bowling ball layout used in this video was a 50 X 4 1/2 x 35 dual angle drilling, bowling lane surface was wood lanes on a 40 ft house pattern, the ball played well if we kept it in the oil and had a forward rolling reaction kinda like a V2...

The new ebonite Vital Sign is an extremely versatile ball, for all styles of play...
Features: RG: 2.48 Differential: .055 Breakpoint Shape: Extremely Versatile Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Flexol Super Plus Reactive Color: Black / Red / Orange Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: Vital Asymmetric Bias Core

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storm reignStorm Reign
The bowling ball layout used in this video was a 50 X 4 1/2 x 50 dual angle drilling, bowling lane surface was wood lanes on a 40 ft house pattern...
It did grab the dry area of the lane hard so we had to keep it inside where the heavier oil was...

The Reign Features: RG: 2.57 Differential: .048 Flare Potential: 4-5" (Medium-High) Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Polished Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: R2S Pearl Reactive Factory Finish: 1500-grit Polish Fragrance: Red Hot Cinnamon Color: Crimson / Fire Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Cam

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Hammer Jigsaw Corner
We used a pin under the ring finger layout with the mass bias in the strong position on this ball for a slower and smoother response, we bowled on wood lane surface and a 40 foot house pattern, the Jigsaw Corner gave us a smooth and arcing style hook on the back end that did not roll out or roll striaght...
This ball did not over react on the dry area of the lane...

Specifications: RG: 2.48 Differential: .051 Mass Bias Diff: .020 Breakpoint Shape: Medium Length w / Quick Friction Backend Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Matte Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Quick Corner 5 / 4 Factory Finish: 500 / 4000 Abralon Sanded Color: Blue / White Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: High Mass Bias Jigsaw Core

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hammer black widow nastyHammer Black Widow Nasty
The bowling ball layout we used on this ball was hammer's drilling no. 2 on their drill sheet it was the all purpose layout. This video was bowled on wood lanes and a 40 ft house pattern, the ball motion we got was arcing and angular, it grabs hard on the dry back end...

Specifications: RG: 2.560 Differential: .057 Breakpoint Shape: Long with Aggressive Backend Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Finish: Polished Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Violent Wheel Reactive Factory Finish: 4000-grit Abralon(TM) Color: Black / Purple / Red Sparkle Core Type: Asymmetric Core Name: High RG Widow Core

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brunswick rattler bowling ballBrunswick Rattler
The bowling ball layout used in this video was a pin under our ring finger and the cg in the strong position for slower and smoother transitions, bowling lane surface was wood lanes on a 42 ft house pattern...
It has a smoother, angular ball motion, and revs off our hand nicely...

The Rattler Features: Lane Condition: Medium Coverstock: Reactive Resin RG: 2.539 Finish: Polished Color: Indigo Pearl / Ivory
The Brunswick Rattler uses brunswick's activator coverstock which provides strong downlane recovery, longevity of ball reaction. In addition, the Rattler uses a lower RG core with Brunswick's Multi-Sided Rocket Core System.

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