Reviews => Brunswick => Topic started by: admin on December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM

Title: Attack Zone Blue
Post by: admin on December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM
Color: Navy;  Coverstock: Conventional;  Surface finish:  Dull;  Available weights:  10-16 lbs.;  Hook potential: 10-3;  Typical Length: 8.5;  Backend: 5.5;  RG Max.:  2.705;  RG Min.: 2.684;  RG Differential: 0.021;  Average RG: 8.7;  Track Flare: 4.5
Title: Re: Attack Zone Blue
Post by: BadGurl on April 15, 2001, 09:11:44 PM
Well I had this ball drilled a few days ago and I brought it out last night for the first time.  Of course I polished the heck out of it.  I was missing in my arsenal a dry ball.  I rolled this ball on completely burned heads.  The lanes were wood.  I bowled in a league that afternoon on fresh oil (with some other equipment) and I started playing 22 out to 12/13.  Well eight hours and another league later I was able to play that exact same shot with my Urethane Attack Zone.  I won four of the five pot games bowled that night ($790).  This was the main reason I was looking for this ball was to be successful in the late night pot games.  But I think this ball has found a permanent place in my bag.
Title: Re: Attack Zone Blue
Post by: accarlos on May 20, 2003, 03:20:47 AM
For those of you who are looking for a first ball, this is a good choice. This was my first ever bowling ball and I had no idea that it is such a performer. The reason why I got it is that I like the color and it is inexpensive.

When I was learning to hook the ball, this Attack Zone was very forgiving. It is easy to control and I can use it as a spare ball. I won several monthly tournaments in our bowling association even though I was a beginner.

I have not disposed of it until today for it is my savior for dry lane conditions.

This is one great affordable ball by Brunswick. I have no plans of selling it.