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Roto Grip Nomad Dagger Reviewed By: John Brodersen 11/01/2010 16:47 ( stars)


About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
Ball Speed    Medium
Style    Tweener
PAP    5 1/4 Over
 
Ball specs – 15 lbs 2 oz, 2.96 top weight, 2 ¾ inch pin.

The Nomad Dagger was drilled identical to a Nomad solid that I love the reaction of. Using the dual angle method the layout is a 4 ¾ inch pin, 50-degree drill angle and a 70-degree VAL angle. An x-hole was needed and drilled at the intersection of the VAL line and a line drawn from the grip center through the CG to the VAL line. This would be approximately a P 2.5 hole. Using Storm’s layout terminology the layout would be 4 ¾ by 4 by 4 ¼ . The cover was left OOB.

The Nomad Dagger is a great compliment to the Nomad solid. The two balls are identical except that the Dagger has a hybrid cover stock. This cover stock change allows the Dagger to be cleaner and longer through the fronts with a more angular move off the friction down lane than the Nomad solid.

The Nomad Dagger adds another distinct ball motion to the Roto Grip Sword line. If you haven’t thrown a Nomad it’s definitely time to try one.

John Brodersen


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