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Seismic Raging Bull Long Horn Bowling Ball

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Seismic Raging Bull Bowling Ball - Available June 14


Seismic Raging Bull Bowling Ball - Available June 14

All colors vary somewhat from the picture shown.

Seismic Raging Bull Long Horn


  • Color: Blue/Yellow Pearll
  • Coverstock: S.F -9/8
  • Weight Block: Horn Core
  • Factory Finish: 2000 Polished
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.530
  • Differential (Diff): .045
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): .017
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    The Raging Bull Stampede™ caught the eye of many bowlers who had not previously tried a Seismic ball, and turned the heads of their opponents on the lanes! The aggressiveness on the back end and power through the pins was unmatched by any other bowling ball release in 2012.

    One comment we heard a lot from bowlers was they "didn't want to put it away!", so we got to work designing a ball that they could move to when the midlane starts to burn up. Enter, the Long Horn™.

    The Raging Bull Long Horn™ features the phenomenal Horn Core™, just like the Stampede, however this time we raised the RG to 2.53 (15 lbs) to help the ball down the lane. A reduced differential and Mass Bias differential reduces the midlane roll to allow for a more crisp move on the back end.

    The Long Horn coverstock, S.F-9/8, is a Pearl Reactive version of the Stampede Cover and assists in attaining length and back end traction.
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    1. Anonymous User on 8/29/2013, said:

    Not the biggest backend ball. Felt the ball could pick up in the mid lane better and not require such dry backends to get the ball motion I am looking for
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    2. Anonymous User on 4/16/2013, said:

    This ball was a beast .super clean threw the front part of the part of the lane.and a monster back end.and kept the pins really low to the deck.4×4 lay out with 4inch pin.keep up the good work seismic.oh and had to move 6&3 left of were I was lined up with my black out.this ball is a boomer!!!!!!!!!!
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