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Hammer Web M.B.

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Hammer Web M.B.

The Hammer Web M.B. (Mass Bias) continues the performance success reputation of the Web series of bowling balls from Hammer. The Web M.B. features an elongated rendition of the Spheroid Core design. This core shape gives asymmetry as well as increased ball reaction that is desired by Web and Hammer fans. This upper-mid performance ball has a coverstock base that was previously found on Black Widow bowling balls, the Semtex NE Pearl was updated and ideal on medium lane conditions.

  • Color: Dark Blue/Purple
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: Semtex NE Pearl
  • Core: Spheroid Asymmetrical
  • Finish: 500, 1000 Siaair/Crown Factory Compound
  • Reaction: Skid/Flip
  • RG: 2.480 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.048 (15# ball)
  • Hook Potential: High
  • Length: Late
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium Oil
  • FCC Rating: Total-25.75, Finish-8, Core-8.25, Cover-9.5
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: Two years from purchase date
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: HAM60106428
  • Product ID: 13066
  • Brand: Hammer
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Upper Mid-Performance Balls

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What's the different between Web MB and Web Pearl?

11/4/2020 - By

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Both have a type of pearl coverstock and both have a polished finish for good length but the weight blocks are different with the Web Pearl having a Symmetric weight block and the Web MB having an Asymmetric weight block which gives increased ball reaction.

11/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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how would this ball be for a high speed, and high rev rate bowler?

11/17/2020 - By

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Since both your speed and rev rate are higher, it should still be a decent option for you. It is designed to read later on the lanes and it will have a sharp backend hook in medium oil conditions. This ball would not be a good option for someone with a high ball speed and low rev rate

11/19/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Hello I have order here before great serive, I was looking for abowl I'm a back up bowler and dont have a lot of speed can you recommend a ball for me thanks

4/30/2021 - By

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This ball is a decent option for someone with a slower ball speed because the ball is designed to react later on the lanes. The key for this ball though is that it has a mass bias so if you are a back up bowler, you need to make sure the ball is set up for the opposite drilling. You may check with your driller on this just to confirm how he would need the Pin, CG, and MB aligned for them to do the backup drilling option and make sure you mention this in the specs box when ordering.

5/6/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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Its this ball good when the oil and the lanes get dry

5/3/2021 - By

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This ball is rated for medium oil conditions. If you are rev dominant then you may could use this in some medium to heavier oil conditions. If you are speed dominant you may use this in more medium to lighter oil conditions.

5/6/2021 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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