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Weapon of Mass Bias
« on: December 31, 1969, 06:00:00 PM »
Featuring our new Vanguard Core Technology, a "HOLE" new concept -- More Continuation, Less Deflection, and Better Pin Carry; it is truly a WEAPON OF MASS BIAS.  WMB offers a 75% Stronger Mass Bias and a 20% Faster Spin Time than our previous core designs, and is surrounded by an all new Versatile Particle Cover.  It's SO dramatic, you can SEE and HEAR the difference!

Track Control Sharp Break Point Forward Roll
(PAP > 5-1/4")      
(PAP 4-1/2" to 5-1/4")    
(PAP < 4-1/2")    
Core Type:
 Vanguard Strong Asymmetrical  Mass Bias Differential:  .026
60 Degree Avg. Spin Time:  5.8 seconds  Coverstock:  C4 Enhanced with MoRich Particle
Factory Finish:  500 Matte  Flare Potential:  Medium/Large
Differential:  .044  RG:  2.518
Weights (pounds):  12, 13, 14, 15, 16  
Color:  Charcoal



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Re: Weapon of Mass Bias
« Reply #31 on: August 02, 2006, 12:05:38 PM »
Had this ball for several months now, should have posted this awhile back.

I have a 16 lb, and its drilled according to the "control" drilling on their website.  I also has a small balance hole in it because of too much top weight.  It has a 4" pin.

Man, is this ball strong!  Too much ball for where I bowl, even with the control drilling.  I recently had it shined up to 2000 and polished, and now its a bit better for where I bowl.  Longer and with a much more powerful backend.  But I feel like I did something to it that makes the ball not what it was designed for.  I do like it, but man, this is a whole lot of ball.  I just haven't been playing it, because I have too many other balls that are better suited to the conditions I bowl on.


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Re: Weapon of Mass Bias
« Reply #32 on: October 28, 2006, 07:40:20 PM »

SPECS: pin was below my ring finger and the mass bias was out maybe 3-4 inches No weight hole PAP was about 4 1/2 inches out

THS: Oil for 38 feet ten to ten relatively dry on the outside so out of bounds but not much if you got hand it would hook through it. buff to about 42 feet
   Not very spectacular here there was not enough juice on the lane to make the ball hook properly the only thing it did was hit real hard I very rarely used this in league for those reasons.

STATE Tournament: Heavy juice for 42 feet very little swing zone but there was a little unknown buff I can't venture a guess but the backend was a little shaky for other bowlers on my pairs.
    The WMB was in its house I pulled it out for the one ball of practice and it slaughtered the pocket hooked more than anything else around me. I Started about 13 at the arrows and 8 at the break point and man was there oil there!! But the ball carved it up and served it for lunch on a silver platter. WMB would shot down the lane till about 38-40 feet and it would rev up and go nice decisive turn into the pins and CRASH! shrapnel everywhere pins were cringing while the ball was coming at them. WMB was giving me more room than just about anyone else had with any other product it was incredible, and if I missed my marks the balls power would fix the mistake at the pins won alot of brackets that night made a good sum of money!

PBA Regional PATTERN D: You guys that have bowled on this no this is nasty stuff. I Played 15 at the arrows and 10 at the breakpoint ball was very forgiving on this shot which surprised me I thought it would be very ugly. I shot well but I can't  the exact scores but I was in the Top 5 after qualifying. Ball read the lane very easy almost like it was taking a walk in the park, it was recovering from further out than other guys Trifectas and was the most forgiving of any ball on the lane! Not much else to ask for here! A Great heavy oil ball!
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Re: Weapon of Mass Bias
« Reply #33 on: March 04, 2007, 10:06:00 AM »
layout:  ball is drilled for maximum hook
bowler: left handed stroker

This ball was drilled to give me a missing attack area for oily lane conditions.  I am a stroker and have trouble swinging a ball out and getting it to finish on an inside line. This drilling is giving me that option.  I am able to play (so far) 18 out to 12 and get the ball back to the pocket with no problem. I roll the ball at a slow speed (12.5 to 14 mph) so for me speed is critical. This is a great ball and a wonderful addition to my arsenal.  Thanks MoRich, this is a keeper.


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Re: Weapon of Mass Bias
« Reply #34 on: April 07, 2007, 04:29:08 PM »
Layout- My own style
Type of bowler- Hard Throwing Cranker (25mph)

this ball is great for a secondary ball for me
i love using this ball when i want an early hook and a hard hitting action
I know that if i hit the pocket
90% of the time i will get a strike
I bowled a 289 with it
along with a 734 series
and i love it for the high school team i bowl on
i made it to sectionals by myself and this ball helped me do that a lot

so if youre looking for a consistant ball that will do what you want it to


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Re: Weapon of Mass Bias
« Reply #35 on: April 10, 2008, 10:19:44 PM »
All I can say is WOW!! I don't know what the drill is because I bought this ball of Ebay. The pin is @ 1 o'clock. I think it is drilled for med-higher speed with sharp breakpoint according to the drills on I have thrown them all over the years. I currently throw Ebonite and Roto Grip. I bought this ball for 25.00 and luckily I don't have to plug and drill it. I started out throwing 10-5 and moved a little left and threw 20-8 and this is without a doubt the smoothest rolling ball I have ever thrown. The guys I bowl who I have bowled with for years even commented about how smooth the ball rolled. I bowled on synthetic lanes tonight. I started out with 190 and then went 234 and 258 for a 682. The last game was a fast 8 and 7 pin. If all Morich products are like this then they are doing something special there.
Aaaargh. Another freakin' 10 pin!