History Of Ten Pin Bowling / Ten Pin Bowling / where was bowling inventedStorm Factory Made Bowling Ball May 3, 2021April 15, 2021 - by Tenpinbowling59 - 34 Comments. Made bowling ball Discount Bowling Balls
34 Comments on “Storm Factory Made Bowling Ball”
ty for uploading this i’ve been looking for it 😀 ty 20060101 😀 happy bowling
I Love the T zone ones also
@lilmanfromthehood Nope just a regular Vg my friend.
learning more and more about bowling… i miss my bowling alley 🙁
shout out to duck pin bowling
Learn Ten Pin Bowling, it’s a mans game. Science and Math of Ten Pin Bowling is a lot harder than staying sharp on Candlepins and Duckpins
Damn,i wanna work there!!!
I bet you don’t have the balls!
Virtual Energy <3
that’s so cool 😘
Gerat video – Ive always wanted to see how a bowling ball is made.
“Choose a ball about 10% of your body weight” – they make 25 pound balls… 🙂
no you have to be born with them XD
I don’t understand what ones body weight or age has to do with ball weight. What if the ball is just to heavy?
Neil it’s a general rule of thumb a good starting point but what’s comfortable is always king
32 lb ball for me. Prolly not regulation
15 for me
Looks like Brown 25!
I am one of the supervisors of the core room at Storm products here in Brigham City Utah. We make around 2,000-2,100 balls a day.
Adele Ong Tropical Surge Bowling Ball
i would love to take a tour inside the storm facility it would be a awesome experience
You should still be, in my educated opinion. 🙁
Derek in Maintenance
Trevor can say that he has a lot of balls
I was waiting to hear the candy comparison for the red resin.
I very keen learn English. I learn it from watching cinema movie about balls. We do not have these balls where I come from. Thank you for reading this.
Just randomly clicked this video. It was great! Really enjoyed it.
good old how it’s made.
This makes me wanna buy a bowling ball, cut it in half and stare at its glorious innards.
I remember watching this in kindergarten after our bowling field trip
storm, hammer, wolverine… not sure which comic book character it was named after but i picked one up at the salvation army for 5 bucks. I cut it in half with a hand saw and made a nice engraving base with it. I was sure it was polyester inside as i used to use polyester resin and it smelled like it.