Brunswick Lethal Revolver

Brunswick Lethal Revolver gave us vary even and smooth transitions along with it’s high revving action…. We really enjoyed the smooth arcing style ball motion of the Lethal Revolver and would be a good control ball on medium to medium heavy oil patterns…

The Lethal Revolver unites the proven Propel X Solid coverstock and the Jack low RG core to produce a ball motion that clears the front part of the lane and produces a strong yet predictable ball motion from the breakpoint through the pins especially for bowlers with lower rev rates…

Features: Performance: High Performance(8) RG: 2.574 Differential: 0.054 Lane Condition: Heavy Finish: Matte Coverstock: Reactive Resin Coverstock Name: Propel X Solid Factory Finish: 2000 Grit Siaair Color: Red / White Solid Core Type: Symmetric Core Name: Jack Quality: First Quality

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  1. Pingback: Brunswick Lethal Revolver: Review | bowling-ball-review.com

  2. Rick says:

    Ball Review – Brunswick Lethal Revolver
    The Brunswick Lethal Revolver is a hook monster. I am a higher rev-rate player and I am finding that this ball is very predictable, “It goes left.” If you are a lower rev-rate player, I have a ball for you. This ball gives me a strong backend, and if I stay soft, I can keep it controlled to carry out the 10 pin. I find myself playing about 6 boards left with my feet and 4 boards left with my eyes from the Loaded Revolver. The out of box surface seems very versatile, because I have changed it a few times. I like this ball with 4000 Abralon and I am seeing many similarities between the Lethal and the Loaded Revolver with this surface. If you liked the Loaded Revolver, I have your next ball. I find myself using the Lethal when the Loaded Revolver will not return to the pocket.
    This review was from my personal experience. Due to the many factors in bowling, you may get a different result.

    Richard VanScoyk
    Amateur Brunswick Staff Member
    Amateur Turbo Staff Member

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