The AMF Unreal combines the F64 solid coverstock, a 2500 grit finish, and the asymmetric Self-Righting-Core to create a ball that has is consistent and readable at the mid-lane on medium oil conditions. You won't believe this ball because it is Unreal!
- Coverstock: F64 Solid (F10 least aggressive-F90 most aggressive)
- Color: Blue/Purple
- Finish: 2500 grit
- Core: SRC asymmetric
- RG: 2.52 (15# ball)
- Diff: 0.041 (15# ball)
- Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
Drilled my UNREAL with pin above middle finger with cg kicked out 1". This is the ball you will use on wet-dry conditions because of the way it tames down the skid/flip. The ball needs to have a little oil built up in the shell to unleash its full potential. After a couple of games the ball came to life. The ball is very clean thru the heads with a strong arcing motion on the backend.
F64 Solid coverstock @ NEAT "A" (2500-grit)
Self Righting Core Asymmetric (SRC)
Mass Bias .014
The Unreal from AMF300 is a must-have for those typical house shot conditions featuring medium volume. For this video, the ball was polished with extender to create a longer midlane read for a little extra "hold" area. This is the second AMF ball I've thrown and am completely surprised by how smooth it reads! This ball will help you get through those tough over/under transitions in the middle of a set. Definitely fills a void in my arsenal where I need even midlane with a smooth transition to a continuous arc through the pindeck.
This ball truly is "Unreal" the name is a perfect match. This ball will definitely read the heads and mids with very strong continuation on the back end.
I have had luck with this ball on fresh heavier house shots as well as sport shots that need taming. The ball has given me a different look inside on your THS that allows me to play where others will not have the recovery.
A must for ANY bowler needing clean reaction at break point especially if you like Asymmetric bowling balls. Another win for the AMF lineup.
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