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RECENT AMF PRODUCT REVIEWS

AMF Pure
AMF Pure Reviewed: Saturday, Mar 7, 2015 Reviewer: Donny Carr from Laurel Md.
The Pure
The AMF Pure
With the F90 cover stock oil is no longer a problem, this ball has mega friction.
I drilled my Pure strong a 4x2x4 and it is a monster. Heavy oil sport shots, heavy oil
house shots, long oil patterns this ball we eat right through the oil. Your rev rate and
speed will dictate how to drill this one, I was amazed at the friction to the lane so if you need a ball for oily conditions this is it.

Donny Carr 900Global/Amf staff - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
AMF Night Hawk SE
AMF Night Hawk SE Reviewed: Friday, Nov 28, 2014 Reviewer: Jimmy Casteel from Evansville, IN
Night Hawk SE Review by Jimmy Casteel
Drilling: Pin Down
Surface: OOB 4000
Lane condition: 41ft THS
Description: This ball was one of the favorites back in the day, and I'm super excited AMF 300 brought this ball back. This ball does not disappoint at all. The Nighthawk SE picks up nice and early and has a very controllable backend motion. It is best used on fresh medium oil conditions. It allows you to play further right, but still picks up early enough that you don't have to worry about leaving flat corners, which is a problem that I have with a lot of the "dry lane" balls.… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
AMF Xcite Orange/Pink
AMF Xcite Orange/Pink Reviewed: Friday, Nov 28, 2014 Reviewer: Jimmy Casteel from Evansville, IN
Xcite Review by Jimmy Casteel
Drilling: Pin between fingers stacked
Surface: OOB
Lane condition: 41ft THS
Description: This ball is the one to go to when the lanes begin to get fried. As an entry level reactive ball, this does not fair well in oil, unless you want to play extreme direct angles. One thing I can say about this ball is that it definitely does not hit like an entry level reactive. The color scheme on this series is amazingly bright and will have great shelf appeal. The brighter the colors, the more popular the ball it seems to be lately, so AMF 300 hit the… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Recent AMF Product Reviews

AMF Pure
AMF Pure Reviewed: Saturday, Mar 7, 2015 Reviewer: Donny Carr from Laurel Md.
The Pure
The AMF Pure
With the F90 cover stock oil is no longer a problem, this ball has mega friction.
I drilled my Pure strong a 4x2x4 and it is a monster. Heavy oil sport shots, heavy oil
house shots, long oil patterns this ball we eat right through the oil. Your rev rate and
speed will dictate how to drill this one, I was amazed at the friction to the lane so if you need a ball for oily conditions this is it.

Donny Carr 900Global/Amf staff - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
AMF Night Hawk SE
AMF Night Hawk SE Reviewed: Friday, Nov 28, 2014 Reviewer: Jimmy Casteel from Evansville, IN
Night Hawk SE Review by Jimmy Casteel
Drilling: Pin Down
Surface: OOB 4000
Lane condition: 41ft THS
Description: This ball was one of the favorites back in the day, and I'm super excited AMF 300 brought this ball back. This ball does not disappoint at all. The Nighthawk SE picks up nice and early and has a very controllable backend motion. It is best used on fresh medium oil conditions. It allows you to play further right, but still picks up early enough that you don't have to worry about leaving flat corners, which is a problem that I have with a lot of the "dry lane" balls.… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
AMF Xcite Orange/Pink
AMF Xcite Orange/Pink Reviewed: Friday, Nov 28, 2014 Reviewer: Jimmy Casteel from Evansville, IN
Xcite Review by Jimmy Casteel
Drilling: Pin between fingers stacked
Surface: OOB
Lane condition: 41ft THS
Description: This ball is the one to go to when the lanes begin to get fried. As an entry level reactive ball, this does not fair well in oil, unless you want to play extreme direct angles. One thing I can say about this ball is that it definitely does not hit like an entry level reactive. The color scheme on this series is amazingly bright and will have great shelf appeal. The brighter the colors, the more popular the ball it seems to be lately, so AMF 300 hit the… - Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend