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Hammer Scandal

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Balls with Same Hook Potential, Lane Conditions and Coverstock as the Hammer Scandal:

Hammer Scandal

Shock your competition with the Hammer Scandal bowling ball. This ball introduces the Scandal core which is covered with the Semtex Solid CFI (Carbon Fiber Infused) coverstock and is finished with a 2000 grit Abralon sanding pad. This core and cover combination produces a ball that has an unbelievably strong hook on medium to heavy oiled lanes. 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/Green/Black All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Core: Scandal with Flex-Resin Additive, Ceramix Surfacing Process, and Carbon-Fiber Outer Core
  • Coverstock: Semetric Solid CFI
  • Reaction: Aggressive Overall Hook
  • Finish: 500, 2000 Abralon
  • RG: 2.48 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.054 (15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Heavy Oil
  • FCC Rating: Total- 27.75, Finish- 9, Core- 8.75, Cover- 10
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 3 Year Limited
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: HAMHMSCANDL
  • Product ID: 9782
  • Brand: Hammer
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls
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Customer Questions & Answers  |  Reviews

Question: How would you drill it for heavy oil

3/28/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello, you may check with the person who will be drilling this ball for you prior to ordering to determine which layout and specs they would use to get you the desired reaction.

3/29/2016 - By

Question: Would the core be the same for 12 and 13 lbs?

3/31/2016 - By

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Answer: Unfortunately the weight block is different in the 12 and 13 lb balls. It has to be changed in the lighter weight ball to get the ball light enough and also to adjust for the reaction the weight block would have on the overall performance of the ball.

4/1/2016 - By

Question: Does the ball come in half size (13.8)?

4/1/2016 - By

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Answer: Hello Goldie! While the weights we receive from Hammer do vary slightly they rarely get up to half weights. Usually they are only up to about 3 or 4 ounces over the weight.

4/1/2016 - By

Question: What does carbon fiber infusing do for the ball?

4/3/2016 - By

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Answer: 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.

4/5/2016 - By

Question: How would you rate the Scandal vs The Storm Lock? What would be the plus/minus?

4/22/2016 - By

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Answer: The weight blocks on the two bowling balls are very similar and product the same RG and RG Differential. The big difference on the two bowling balls will be the cover and the finish of the cover. The Scandal is a solid reactive cover at 2000 grit which will help the ball read more midlane and smoother than the Storm Lock. By reading the lanes earlier the Scandal can end up covering more total boards in hook potential. The Storm Lock has a hybrid reactive cover at a 3000 grit which will make the Storm Lock have more length and have more of a snap reaction with a stronger backend.

4/22/2016 - By

Question: wat is an expected shipping time to 78573

12/15/2016 - By

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Answer: Can be anywhere from 1-3 business days.

12/16/2016 - By

Question: How does this compare to the Gauntlet? Stronger?

6/20/2017 - By

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Answer: The Gauntlet will only perform best on Heavily oiled lanes, whereas the Scandal will perform best on medium-heavily oiled lane conditions. The Scandal is also a Solid coverstock which with give the ball an aggressive overall hook. The Gauntlet will have a hybrid coverstock and will an aggressive Mid-lane and Backend reaction.

6/21/2017 - By

Question: How does this ball compare to the bad intentions?

9/2/2017 - By

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Answer: The most similar balls to the Bad Intentions will be the Roto Grip No Rules, Roto Grip No Rules Exist and the Brunswick True Nirvana. This ball will perform the exact same as the Bad Intentions.

9/5/2017 - By

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