Ordnance C4™

MSRP: $234.95
$139.95
(You save $95.00 )
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SKU:
GON-16
Factory Finish:
4000 Abralon
Flare Potential:
4+"
Weightblock Type:
Shrapnel 2.0 Symmetric
Coverstock Type:
S70™ Hybrid

The Ordnance C4™ introduces the Shrapnel 2.0™ Core paired with a cover that is equal parts solid and pearl.

The S70™ Hybrid Coverstock, finished at 4000 Abralon, will provide a clean reaction through the front part of the lane. The perfect balance of pearl and solid components will ensure optimal length and backend will be achieved on all medium conditions. 

The Shrapnel 2.0™  Core upgrades the Shrapnel™ core used on the previously released Ordnance™ Solid. We have kept the same basic shape, widened it across the midsection. Along with a slight density change, this allows us to raise the RG a point while still maintaining a lower differential. These changes have produced a unique benchmark shape that will dominate medium length patterns.    

 

Coverstock: S70™ Hybrid

Finish:  4000 Abralon

Color: Aqua/Blue

Core: Shrapnel 2.0 Symmetric 

Flare Potential: 4+”

Available Weights: 12-16 lbs

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  • 5
    Ordnance C4

    Posted by Michael Slatky on Nov 29th 2020

    Ordnance C4 Coverstock: S70 Hybrid Reactive Finish: 4000 Abralon Core: Shrapnel 2.0 Symmetric RG: 2.48 Differential: 0.042 Layout: 60 x 4 5/8 x 45 Tester: PAP 5 1/2 R, 1 1/2 D Review: The Ordnance C4 introduces the Shrapnel 2.0 Core paired with a cover that is equal parts solid and pearl. The S70 Hybrid Coverstock, finished at 4000 Abralon, will provide a clean reaction through the front part of the lane. The perfect balance of pearl and solid components will ensure optimal length and backend will be will be achieved on all medium conditions. First thing you will notice right away with the C4 is the OOB finish provides a nice arching and continuous motion on a fresh 43 foot THS pattern. The ball is very predictable which is the true strength of the C4. In my opinion the C4 goes through the pins a tad better then its predecessor the Ordnance Solid. The C4 will be a great option for both THS and many sport conditions. In the video I demonstrate shots of the C4 and a few with the Ordnance Solid. For me, I'm going with the OOB surface on the C4. The carry potential of this ball will be something special when lanes get tougher to navigate or the backends are sharp and you are looking to blend the pattern a bit with more control. Grab the new Ordnance C4 today! Also, be sure to visit my YouTube channel Michael Slatky for more ball videos and reviews. Michael Slatky 900 Global Staff Member York, PA

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