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Hammer First Blood Bowling Ball

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Hammer Arson Low-Flare Bowling Ball - WWRD 2/5/13


Hammer Arson Low-Flare Bowling Ball - WWRD 2/5/13

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Hammer First Blood


  • Color: Orange/Blue/Silver
  • Coverstock: NBT Hybrid
  • Weight Block: First Blood Core
  • Factory Finish: 500/500/500/1500 Abralon® / Powerhouse Factory Finish
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48
  • Differential (Diff): .056
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): .009
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    Only real Hammerheads know what it’s like to bleed the toughest color in bowling.

    Clean front end? Check. Quick change in direction? Check. Suck the last bit of life out of every bowling pin? Check.

    Get noticed while doing it with the one downright nasty looking bowling ball? Check.

    The new Hammer First Blood. The new definition of tough.
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    1. Anonymous User on 10/29/2013, said:

    Layout=30x5 1/2x50 Rev Rate=425 The first blood wasn't very good for me out of the box. It just got way to long and never really wanted to recover. So I brought it back in the shop and hit it with 2000 abralon and seen an big difference in the way the ball reacted down lane. Now it start making a sharper corner and hit like a truck. It is a ball I can throw on house shot conditions. If you are looking for something that just hooks the lane out the box go with the Cold Blood but if you like a smoother reacting ball that has a lot of punch in the pocket this is the ball for you.
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    2. Anonymous User on 3/1/2013, said:

    I have not drilled a Hammer ball in probably 4 years, but i thought this one looked appealing. I drilled it about a week ago and have thrown it a few nights in league. I drilled this ball stacked with a weight hole on my axis. It takes a much different motion than all of my other bowling balls in the bag, but its not a bad difference. It is overall 10 boards weaker than my Defiant Soul (my favorite ball) and allowed me to start on 20 during league and use the First blood the entire league night. I shot 730 out of the box with it and was pleased with the ball overall. if your looking for a clean ball motion that doesnt hook out of the house this ball is great.
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    3. Anonymous User on 2/11/2013, said:

    great ball love the way this ball gets down lane before it makes its turn.the ball has a great heavy roll with hardly no deflection hammers best ball yet
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