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Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone

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Balls with Same Hook Potential, Lane Conditions and Coverstock as the Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone:

Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone

Through the Brunswick Vintage line of bowling balls they have brought back yet another legend, the Danger Zone. To celebrate this iconic ball's 20 year anniversary Brunswick has combined the Vintage Lightbulb Low RG core with a newer coverstock, the PK 2016 (a modern version of the PowrKoil 18). This combination brings the retro Danger Zone motion of skidding through the heads while saving axis rotation for the backend to bring that memorable Danger Zone reaction to modern lane conditions.

  • Color: Black Solid
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Vintage Light Bulb Low RG
  • Coverstock: PK 2016
  • Finish: 500 Siaair Micro Pad, Royal Compound
  • Reaction: Skid/Flip
  • RG: 2.549**
  • Differential: 0.048**
  • ** RG and Diff are based off of 15 lb. balls
  • Hook Potential: 220 (scale: 10-250)
  • Length: 125 (scale: 25-235)
  • Breakpoint Shape: Angular
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: BRU60105789
  • Product ID: 9781
  • Brand: Brunswick
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Mid Performance Balls
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best part of the alley to roll on

5/30/2016 - By

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Hello! That is the fun part about bowling, you would have to determine the best part of the alley to shoot for, once you determine the oil pattern being used, and how the ball is reacting with the target you chose. From there you are always monitoring and making adjustments to find the sweet spot.

6/10/2016 - By
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Im bowling a 13 lbs. ball How much of a difference would it make if I bowl a 14lbs. ball?

7/14/2016 - By

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Hello Z! There would be a couple of different things to consider here. When you move up in weight, the pin carry will increase, all other things being equal. However, you definitely would need to be sure that you'd be comfortable throwing a 14 lb ball for a few games at a time. You would need to make sure you can control it will and also that you wouldn't strain yourself in moving up in weight.

7/15/2016 - By
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i.am 63 years old and i need a ball that does't hook alot. my speed is about 10 i.

8/3/2016 - By

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Hello! I would probably want to speak to you personally about making a ball recommendation, but generally speaking, if you're looking for a ball that doesn't hook very much, I would probably prod you towards Brunswick's Rhino line instead.

8/3/2016 - By
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Question:

Can this surface be sanded

10/15/2016 - By

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Hi Dk. Yes this surface can be sanded.

10/17/2016 - By
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Is this ball good for a left hander?

1/31/2017 - By

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Hello! Yes, this can be a great ball for you. When purchasing this ball, we recommend you ask your driller for the correct specifications for a left handed bowler so that we can accommodate to your needs.

1/31/2017 - By
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Question:

I am getting in to bowling more and was wanting to learn the curve ball. I have been curve ball playing with a plane ball. Would this be a good ball to use for that? Or is the rhino ball better?

1/19/2018 - By

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Hello. The Rhinos would be a better ball to start out with. This ball will be really aggressive for a first time person that is trying to learn how to hook the ball.

1/19/2018 - By
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