Hammer Brick Bowling Ball
The Brick bowling ball
is another High Performance Hybrid Reactive addition to the Hammer line of bowling ball products. Hammer has been a leading brand in the bowling industry for years and continues to provide high performance bowling balls which sets the trends in scoring across the country. The Brick bowling ball
currently offered at $144.99 and is a recent release for medium-heavy oil conditions. The Brick is available for a great price, with free shipping, with free insurance and with absolutely no hidden charges at bowlingball.com.
Let's look at some technical specifications for the Hammer Brick:
Product ID: 10104
Release Date: 12/20/2011
Perfect Scale®: 202.3
Performance: High Performance(8)
RG: 2.50 (Low)
Differential: 0.052 (Med-High)
Mass Bias Diff: 0.008 (Low)
Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy
Coverstock: Hybrid Reactive
Coverstock Name: Grand Theft Reactive Hybrid
Factory Finish: 4 Stage Sanding Process - 500 / 500 / 1000 / 2000
Core Type: Asymmetric
Core Name: Mirror Plane (M.P.A.)
Quality: First Quality
The Brick is the absolute toughest ball from Hammer in some time. Hammer has constructed added strength to the core by means of a Mirror Plane Asymmetric design that opens up the drilling options for the bowler. The new MPA core design is completely asymmetric in shape, a highly unusual feature of the ball. The core is not high mass bias, however the low RG is not in the geometric center of the ball. This core shape was designed for a specific purpose of allowing a pro shop operator to tweak ball motion by making small layout changes when drilling the Brick. Those small layout changes will produce bigger performance changes in ball motion for the bowler than does other fine Hammer products.
With a core as special as the Brick MPA, you have to make sure you have a coverstock that makes the most of the core's performance. The Brick is ready to tackle medium to medium-heavy oil conditions with the Grand Theft Reactive Hybrid coverstock and a 2000 grit Abralon finish. The factory finish is a 4-stage process using grit pads from 500/500/1000/2000 to develop a layered texture to the ball surface enabling the Brick to slide easily through the front end of the lane given the sanded texture finish out-of-the-box. In short, and it must be stated, this ball hits like a Brick!bowlingball.com
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