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Hammer Black Widow Legend Bowling Ball

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Hammer Black Widow Legend Bowling Ball - WWRD 8/5/14


Hammer Black Widow Legend Bowling Ball - WWRD 8/5/14

All colors vary somewhat from the picture shown.

Hammer Black Widow Legend


**Top Weights on this ball are all coming in at 3.25 or higher**


  • Color: Black/Red Pearl
  • Coverstock: NBT Hybrid
  • Weight Block:
    Gas Mask Core
    Gas Mask Core
  • Factory Finish: 500/500/500/1000 Abralon® W/ Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.50
  • Differential (Diff): .058
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.016
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:

    The Black Widow Legend uses NBT Hybrid, the same aggressive and proven cover used on the First Blood and is the first Hybrid cover used on a Black Widow ball. The aggressive polished cover, along with the most successful core in bowling history, the legendary Gas Mask core, provides an incredible move on the backend and through the pins.

    For the first time ever, the Gas Mask core features Flex-Resin and Carbon-Fiber, making it one of the TOUGHEST balls in bowling and is backed up by our industry best 3 year warranty!
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    1. Anonymous User on 7/9/2014, said:

    The new Widow Legend by Hammer features the proven Gas Mask core found in the Taboo line as well as the original Widow series, now manufactured with the Carbon Fiber. The cover is a polished NBT Hybrid color in a black/red color. The new Widow Legend will be available to the public in August, 2014. If you liked the Black Taboo, Black Widow, Vibe Jet Black, you will absolutely LOVE the Legend. Compared to similarly drilled Black Taboos, the Legend brings at least another 2-3 boards more backend with an even stronger, more defined break point than a Black Taboo. Once the ball begins its move to the pocket, the continuation through the backend and the pins is nothing short of amazing. Additionally, the hitting power of the Legend is second to none. Going through the pins, the Legend is arguably one of the loudest balls you will ever hear when it strikes. The ball simply hits that hard and carries that well. To date, I have drilled 3 Legends. I drilled one with a 45x5x25 (weight hole on PAP), another with a 65x5x25 layout (no weight hole) and a final one with a 60x5x70 layout (weight hole 2” below PAP on VAL).While each one shows a different shape of ball motion (which indicates that this ball is very versatile and can be drilled to do many things), the things that remain consistent with each Legend was the ability of the ball to show/read with precision the breakpoint, the continuation of the ball through the pins, and the hitting power of the ball. On one of them, I have experimented with adding surface to the ball (2000 Abralon) to see if it would change the shape/continuation. Interestingly, the additional surface brought the breakpoint closer BUT it did NOT change the continuation/strength of motion off the spot. In a nutshell, this ball can be drilled to do many things and will hit a variety of pattern lengths/volumes and will suit many styles of bowling. This has already been proven on the PBA Summer Swing where the ball made several shows on different patterns and in fact, won several times. The Legend will clearly be a huge star in Hammer’s line of bowling equipment and in my mind, may be as big, if not a bigger seller, than the original Black Widow. See your proshop in early August to order the Widow Legend by Hammer!
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