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Hammer Arson Low-Flare Reviewed By: jake_washington 03/04/2013 14:02 ( stars)

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About the Bowler
Bowling Hand    Left Handed
Experience    Advanced (I have bowled in a league)
Ball Speed    Fast
Style    Tweener
 
Axis Point- 5-3/4 over, 9/16 up.
Layout- 60X50 with a 5-1/2 inch pin.

The core in the Arson Low Flare is the modified Arson Core. A large amount of differential has been removed from the core, leaving a low RG and low differential core that matches up perfectly to drier lanes. The coverstock on the Arson Low Flare is the Max-Control Pearl coverstock. This box finish on the Arson Low Flare is cut at 500/500/500/500 abralon and then coated with Powerhouse Clean n’ Sheen.
The Arson Low Flare is the ultimate dry lane bowling ball. The surface allows to ball to read earlier and smooth the reaction out, while the core is designed to flare very little to keep the ball stable down the lane so it is easy to control and get to the pocket on dry lanes. The shape is entirely new and unique. You can use the Arson Low Flare without having to worry about it jumping off of the dry, and this controlled reaction makes it much easier to find the pocket consistently. On top of that, you aren’t surrendering any carry or drive through the pins with the Arson Low Flare. This ball hits like a truck!
I have used the Arson Low Flare in a few situations where the pattern is either short or burnt up after a long day of bowling, and it has worked out beautifully for me. I love the predictable motion down the lane. It makes finding the pocket consistently much easier. I have a higher rev-rate, so short or dry patterns can be my enemy sometimes, but the Arson Low Flare has helped me in that area tremendously. I have even used it in situations where wet/dry conditions have been an issue for me, and I was amazed at how much easier this ball made the pattern play. I didn’t have to worry about the ball jumping off of the dry or hydroplaning through the oil anymore. The surface was just enough for the ball to read in the oil, and the core and surface combined kept the ball from snapping off of the dry.
The Arson Low Flare has become a very reliable ball for me. Instead of stressing over what to use and how to get to the pocket on dry, short, or wet/dry conditions, I can now count on the Arson Low Flare to make those conditions much easier for me. I am fully convinced that this is the best ball on the market for these conditions and a good match for any bowler struggling with these conditions.


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