Motiv Rogue Assassin Bowling Ball Features:
The Rogue Assassin uses the same symmetrical Sigma core design that was most recently seen in the Rogue Blade. The Assassin pairs this weight block with the reactive solid Coercion HFS coverstock, which provides more traction in the oil than the Blade’s Hexion SE cover. The box finish of 3000 grit sanded is also rougher than the Rogue Blade’s 4000 grit box finish. These elements combine to give the Rogue Assassin more traction on the lane, allowing it to be used on heavier volumes of oil.
To build the ultimate ball for strength and control on medium oil, MOTIV engineers selected a time-tested core design and a performance-proven cover stock that are being merged together for the first time to give you the Rogue Assassin.
One of the original MOTIV cores, the Sigma is the industry standard for benchmark performance. The low RG gives the Rogue Assassin stability in the mid-lane that bowlers expect from a medium oil benchmark ball, while the moderate differential provides drilling versatility and moderate flare that is ideal on medium oil.
First utilized on the Jackal Ghost, Coercion HFS Reactive cover stock is now available on the solid Rogue Assassin. This proven cover has been used for higher oil volumes in the past and is available for the first time on a medium oil ball. Coercion HFS is intended to increase friction in moderate to high volume environments and produce a controllable down lane motion.
Bowlers searching for a control ball for medium oil have found their match in the Rogue Assassin. It fits easily into the center of a well-rounded arsenal.