Razyr Purple


Slice the competition with the new Hammer Razyr! Razyr offers bowlers a 3-Piece core construction with our new Recoil Reactive coverstock- the most aggressive coverstock ever put on a 3-Piece ball. Hammer Razyr offers exceptional length with moderate backend movement on medium-dry to dry oil lane conditions. 


  • COLOR Purple
  • COVERSTOCK Recoil Reactive
  • FACTORY FINISH 4000 Abralon with Powerhouse Factory Finish


  • #10 RG (2.81) Diff (.020)
  • #11 RG (2.77) Diff (.020)
  • #12 RG (2.75) Diff (.020)
  • #13 RG (2.72) Diff (.020)
  • #14 RG (2.69) Diff (.020)
  • #15 RG (2.65) Diff (.020)
  • #16 RG (2.64) Diff (.020)
    Razyr Purple
    Razyr Purple

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Gary Strand
    Why I like the Pancake weight block.

    I set this ball up with straight positive side weight and low top around 1 oz. In 1977 at the Miller Open in Milwaukee I was talking with Earl about what he liked on
    oil at the time, and he said he used straight positive side with low top weight. I have used this in many balls over time. Shot two 300 games with this ball using that setup. I like the pancake weight block because of the smooth roll I can get without the flip action. Wish they made more balls like this one.

    Great ball for a two hander!

    Just picked up a NIB Razyr and love this ball! I'm a two handed no thumb lefty and it allows me to play straight on a THS. Plenty of hook down lane for me and man do the pins fly!

    I hope that Hammer brings this ball back!

    Gary Strand (Former PBA member)
    Great Reaction

    The ball gave me the reaction I was looking for without the flip
    you get with stand up cores. I would set this ball up with 1 oz. top and 5/8 oz. positive side zero finger and thumb. I used this combination for years with great results. This ball worked great on the newer surfaces. Each manufacturer should have a pancake weight block ball with resin and urethane covers. They can also work as spare balls on heavy oil. I still use this ball today. I am left handed and this combination works well on the left side of the surface.