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Hammer Scandal/S

If you loved the original Scandal then you will really love the Hammer Scandal/S. This ball uses the Hybrid CFI coverstock that is finished with a 500/2000 Abralon pad to give this ball the same strong mid-lane motion as the original but with more reaction on the backend. This bowling ball is Carbon Fiber Infused! Carbon fiber is one of the toughest materials on earth. Hammer decided to add this material to the inner core of this ball for added strength and durability allowing them to offer an incredible 3 year warranty.

  • Color: Blue/Blue Pearl/Red Pearl
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Scandal with Flex-Resin Additive, Ceramix Surfacing Process, and Carbon-Fiber Outer Core
  • Coverstock: Semtex Hybrid CFI
  • Reaction: Aggressive Mid-lane w/ Continuous Backend
  • Finish: 500/2000 Abralon
  • RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.054 (15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil
  • FCC Rating: Total- 27.5, Finish- 9, Core- 8.75, Cover- 9.75
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 3 Year Limited
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: HMSCNDLS
  • Product ID: 11384
  • Brand: Hammer
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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Question:

How would this ball perform against the Drive in length, mids and backend

7/13/2018 - By

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The best way to compare is to look at the cover, finish, and weight block. For starters they both have a hybrid style of coverstock and they are both high performance so this would be too close to call. The finish on the Drive is 3000 grit and 2000 grit on the Scandal/S which would make the Drive go a little longer. Also the RG and RG diff about the weight blocks show that the Scandal/S reads earlier and has a larger flare potential than the Drive which goes a little longer with just a little lower flare potential.

7/13/2018 - By
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Which kind of core in the 12 lbs

8/8/2018 - By

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There will be a generic core for the 12lb bowling balls.

8/9/2018 - By
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what core is in the 13lb

11/23/2018 - By

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There will be a generic weight block for the 13#.

11/23/2018 - By
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Is there different cores between 14lb and 15lb?

4/14/2019 - By

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They will be the same.

4/15/2019 - By
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does drilling instructions come with this ball?

4/18/2019 - By

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You can find the drilling instructions on hammers website directly.

4/22/2019 - By
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Do I have to mention that I am left handed before ordering this ball

6/25/2019 - By

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Yes, that is correct!

6/25/2019 - By
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how doew this ball compare to the statement?

9/14/2019 - By

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What is an x-out bowling ball?

10/11/2019 - By

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If a ball is an X-out then it will have a blemish or irregularity that keeps it from being first quality. Please note that X-Out and Closeout are not the same thing. A Closeout ball can still be first quality. If the name of the ball says X-Out in the name then those are the balls that have the blemish or irregularity.

10/15/2019 - By
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