- Part Number
- Core Type
- Multi-Sided Rocket Core
- PowrKoil 18 Solid
- Finishing Steps
- 800-Grit Wet Sand
- 10 - 16 Pounds
- RG Max
- RG Min
- RG Differential
- RG Average
Center Heavy (1)
3.5 Cover Heavy (10)
- Hook Potential
130 High (225)
80 Long (235)
- Breakpoint Shape
Smooth Arc (10)
60 Angular (100)
The Copperhead targets one of the most popular reactions in the bowling ball industry, Reactive Solid Sanded
This type of ball reaction is embraced by many bowlers as the best all-around combination of coverstock and surface finish. Providing high hook potential with a controllable ball reactions and good pin carry.
- Aggressive Reactive Coverstock: PowrKoil 18 coverstock is a proven performer that has probably been on more bowling balls than any other Reactive coverstock in the bowling industry. PowrKoil 18 has been used on some of Brunswick’s most successful balls including the Danger Zone, Red Alert and BVP Nemesis. Aggressive in the oil and strong off the dry, PowrKoil 18 is a perennial favorite among all styles of bowlers.
- Low RG Rocket Core: The Copperhead uses Brunswick’s Multi-Sided Rocket Core System which provides a low RG to help the ball rev-up sooner and create tremendous mid-lane recovery.
800-Grit Wet Sand Finish: The Copperhead is finished with an 800-grit wet sand finish which will allow most bowlers to match-up to both freshly oiled and moderately broken down house conditions. Plenty of traction on all but the oiliest lanes combined with a strong backend reaction. The low Rg, combined with the 800 grit finish, helps the Copperhead bite the lane quicker and send poison to the pins.
- Out of the Box: With its 800-grit wet sand surface, the Copperhead matches up well on most medium to oily house conditions.
- When Dulled: The Copperhead’s hooking action will increase and its arc will become more even, creating a better match-up for oily lane conditions and for smoothing over/under reactions seen on wet/dry lane conditions.
- When Shined: With either Brunswick’s Factory Finish “High Gloss Polish” or “Rough Buff”, your Copperhead will go longer in the oil and react stronger to the dry creating a more skid/snap arc. High Gloss Polish creates more length than Rough Buff.
The Copperhead can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for two-piece balls, see the drilling instructions link below for reaction characteristics and layout details.
The Copperhead is finished with a dull 800-grit surface which increases its hooking action in the oil. Dull surface finishes can sometimes hook too early resulting in reduced backend reaction and hitting power. To increase length, polish the surface with Brunswick’s Factory Finish Rough Buff. To increase length and create and even more skid/snap reaction use Brunswick’s Factory Finish High Gloss Polish.