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Hammer No Mercy Beat'N Reviewed By: bowlingball.com reviews by Tony Ruocco 07/28/2007 09:06 ( stars)

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About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
League Average    215
Ball Speed    Medium
Style    Tweener
PAP    5 1/8 right 1/8 up
 

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We drilled our No Mercy Beat'N knowing that this was going to be a big hooking ball. Just based on the No Mercy we threw and knowing the changes made by Hammer we knew we would see a lot of movement.

As you can see from the image we used Hammer's reccomended layout. The pin is above the middle finger, approx. 5" from our PAP (5 1/8" over, 1/8" up) and we placed the HART right near the first and second flare rings in our track, about 1"-1 1/2" left of the thumb hole. We left the cover at box finish.

If we said that there was no way it would hook more than the No Mercy we were dead wrong. The Beat'N ran laps around the original No Mercy. We saw 5 boards more movement easily and the lanes were a little tighter than when we tested our No Mercy. We were able to get the No Mercy Beat'N back to pocket from any angle on the lane and every time it had more than enough hitting power.

If heavy oil is your problem or if you just like a ball that flat out hooks we would say there is no other choice but Hammer's No Mercy Beat'N.

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