Sneak Attack by Radical | Full Uncut Review with JR Raymond

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5 Comments on “Sneak Attack by Radical | Full Uncut Review with JR Raymond”

  1. I like the oval vignette for the downlane camera. The 3 4 6 7 10 spare was a veritable “hold my beer” moment! This looks like a good light-oil ball. The Sneak Attack cover is weak enough that it doesn’t use all its energy at once when it comes off the dry, so it stays continuous. The stronger cover of the Power Torq pearl made the “hockey kick” and then went straight, since it used all it had with the move off the dry. Very educational. Once again, your reviews demonstrate the most useful information I have found with regard to ball motion.

  2. I dig it. Stronger than the Spy, can play straighter and not nearly as strong as uppercut or closer. Just a hair stronger than my power groove as well. Looks like something I can make parallel moves with when playing up 4-5 out to 2 is working on the right side. While I’ve gotten good at right of 1st arrow and left of 4th, I still struggle when the shot needs to go between 4th and 2nd arrow. Bowling on tungsten this week and next and that pattern is good for that zone for me.

  3. U should do a review on the idol cosmos I saw Darren tang do a review on that ball and he said it look good

  4. Gotta rember ur playing on a sport pattern too on a eazy house shot patters it gonna look good all day no matter were u throw it at

  5. damn, trying new things with the second camera. hang it from some pvc pipe so you can see the pins head-on.

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