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Bobbie Ann Bademci

Patchogue, Ny

300

with the Deadly Aim

50 yrs old, been bowling about 30 yrs. Got my Deadly Aim last month, on 3/16/14 shot my 1st 300 on league.. My highest series with this ball is 730

bobbie bademci

patchogue, Ny

300

with the Deadly Aim

Bowling over 30 yrs! Bought Deadly Aim and March 16, 2014 shot my 1st 300!!! I bowl on 3 leagues averaging between 190-195...

Bobby seivers

Clinton , Tn

288 264 285 -837

with the Black Widow Legend

Brad King

Johnstown, Pennsylvania

239,257,300/796

with the Epidemic

Three time a week bowler, President of one. Had 31 of 36 possible strikes, 15 in a row to finish. Only big blemish, was in the 3rd frame of the 1st game. 6-7-10 split, which I missed all of them. No 800, but I'll take it.

Brady Adler

Madison, Indiana

300

with the Black Widow Assassin

Im 15 years old,and I shot my first 300 in league. My father just drilled me up the new Assassin that night. This ball really rolls great. Smooth in the front with pop in the back. Dad drilled 4 that night. Thanks Hammer.

Brandon Darius Draughn

Parsippany, Nj

822

with the Taboo Deep Purple

I'm now 22years old been throwing Hammer since I was 12, my (gf at the time now fiancé) bought me a 16lbs Purple Taboo 3 days later I go to my league and shot 3 games of near perfection. for my first 800.

Brandon Goff

Sacramento, Ca

239,243,298. 780 series

with the Black Widow Legend

Brandon Margis

Wilmington, Delaware

300 game/ 735 series

with the Deadly Aim

Tried the Deadly Aim at a bowling ball demo bowling 288 with the demo ball, then bought my own. 3 weeks later I bowled 300 in a youth king of the hill tourney. I'm 17 years old.

Braydon Hoskins

Windsor, Alaska

727

with the Big Blue Spare

Brian A Petrey

Greenfield, IN, In

300 game

with the Black Widow Assassin

Brandywine USBC Singles Event, 2nd game.

Brian Bledsoe

Barstow, California

300

with the Blue Hammer

This is old but I like to tell people about my first 300. First, I found the ball I rolled for my first 300 in the back yard of my friends house. It was covered in dirt and filthy and who knows how long it had been sitting out there; but, hey it looked like it would roll. I took it home cleaned it up and began to practice practice practice. I rolled my first 300 with an old Blue Hammer I found in my friends backyard that had been forgotten about in 2004.

Brian Davis

Waterford, Connecticut

300 290 279. 869

with the First Blood