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Roto Grip Outcry Bowling Ball

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Roto Grip Outcry Bowling Ball - WWRD 8/26/14

Roto Grip Outcry Bowling Ball - WWRD 8/26/14

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Rot Grip Outcry

  • Color: Silver Pearl/Teal
  • Coverstock: 53M
  • Weight Block: Late Roll 51
  • Factory Finish: 4000 Grit Pad
  • Flare Potential: Medium
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.55
  • Differential (Diff): .030
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:


    My battle cry deafens opponents as I fight through difficult conditions on my way to victory. My core and coverstock are designed for exceptional control, wherever the fight takes me. Make no mistake, this is war and I’m here to win. A FAMILY OF FIGHTERS.

    Like my cousins, Uproar and Rumble, I bring my Late Roll 51™ Core to the brawl. With good length and strong down lane motion, I’m battle tested and ready for combat.


    With my 4,000 grit 53M™ Hybrid Reactive Coverstock I’m in this fight for the long haul, clearing the front of the lane before digging in my heels and blasting through the pins.


    Best in medium oil, I’m never one to shy away from a good skirmish. Need a little more length? Polish me. A little more early motion? Sand me. Go ahead, I can take it and I’ll keep coming back for more.
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    1. Robert on 3/14/2015, said:

    I purchased this ball this past week. I bowl 2 times a week and about 215 in both leagues. I shot a 300 with this ball with the first 12 games with. I've used on a house shot a sport shot and at a ttournament and the ball read the lane great on each type of pattern. Hits like a tank. A great all around ball and a great buy for the money too.
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    2. Anonymous User on 1/21/2015, said:

    This ball is great on short sport conditions and more specifically usbc masters short/light conditions. So much so at our recent county masters event I actually complained to the league organizer saying that the shot was laid out wrong as this ball made the 2011 masters pattern feel like a house shot! Well I averaged 220 on the pattern and finished top five in qualifiers while many much better bowlers finished in the typical 510-540 range with the cut being 560 as you would expect from ta usbc masters pattern... I guess I owe the tournament director an apology!
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    3. Anonymous User on 12/1/2014, said:

    Used the same 5*4*3 drilling layout. Very first game was a 236. I've since shot a 255 and numerous 200's. Guardian shield on old wood lanes with a medium/dry oil condition. Ball good for 1st and 1/2 of 2nd games. 165 average bowler no more.
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    4. Anonymous User on 8/26/2014, said:

    Went with the storm vector layout of 5*4*3 span 4*7/16*4*1/2 pap 5*1/4 1/8 up.what I got out of the outcry was a ball motion I was missing in my bag great push through the midlane backend motion phenomenal as the shot transitioned this ball just didn't quit looking forward to throwing this in some tournaments. Own it
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