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Roto Grip Berserk Reviewed By: AhMunnaEChoo 10/08/2012 17:43 ( stars)

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About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Right Handed
Experience    Advanced (I have bowled in a league)
League Average    146
Ball Speed    Medium
Style    Cranker
PAP    6, 5/8
Ball Weight: 14 lbs
PAP: 6" over 5/8" up
Layout: 5" x 4" x 3"

Surface Preparation - 4000 Grit, Polished NOT matte

As crazy as this may seem, I wanted a ball that hooked less as the lanes dry up. I throw down the 4/5th arrow and my other ball wont stay on the right side of the head pin after frame 17, I get lucky considering the lanes are drying up for my league partners at frame 9-12. So I needed a ball that would go a little longer, hence the polish instead of OOB condition, and a hook that isn't so sharp on the back end. I also demand lots of control and fantastic head turning looks.

Truthfully I ended up with exactly what I wanted and needed. The Berserk speaks for itself on the lanes, and everyone sees it.

Even though I tuned it down for my style of throw, I can still see the hook potential that it posses. And I can really make it move if I want or need to.

For the "Normal" throw bowlers the ability to move right with a ball, if needed, that is this strong is a deadly combination on today's varying oil patterns. It is not often that you can take such a strong piece of equipment, drill it very strong and play in the highest scoring area of the lane possible for multiple games.

To sum it up, it's strong,versatile, controllable, and looks fantastic laying waste to the pins.

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