Hammer First Blood

Hammer First Blood
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Hammer 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

Hammer First Blood Ball Specs: Color: Orange/Blue/Silver All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown. Reaction: Skid / Flip Coverstock: NBT Reactive Core Type: First Blood Factory Finish: 1500 Abralon® Polish Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48** Differential (Diff): .056** ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls Hook Potential: High Length: Long Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil

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