The Hammer Gauntlet gave us a longer skid through the heads with a shorter transition in the mid-lane, the Gauntlet has a more arcing/angular motion and revs up in the back-end, we found the Gauntlet to be a smoother type ball motion and had very good continuation. We felt the Gauntlet would be best used as a first game ball on medium to heavier and longer lane patterns. A good ball for playing a medium line on medium oil or direct line on heavy oil patterns. We put this in the controlled motion type bowling ball motion. You will need some oil but don't have to be flooded for peak performance of this bowling ball. A strong ball from Hammer.
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Specs: RG: 2.51 - Finish: Matte - Ball Color: Orange/Black/Silver - Lane Condition: Heavy - Coverstock: Hybrid Reactive - Ball Quality: First Quality - Ball Warranty: 3 Year - Factory Finish: 500/2000 Abralon - Breakpoint Shape: Aggressive Mid-lane & Backend - Coverstock Name: Semtex Hybrid CFI - Core Name: Gauntlet - Differential: 0.050 - Flare Potential: Medium-High - Mass Bias Diff: 0.012 - Core Type: Asymmetric - Performance: Pro Performance- Bowling Ball Release Date - 2/14/2017
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