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In general, about 4 ounces less than what it weighed before drilling; possibly as much as 6 or 7 ounces if the ball driller added what's known (somewhat oxymoronically, if you think about it) as a weight hole, which changes the ball's internal balance and thus the amount by which it hooks.

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So far I have found it can cost from $30 to $50 for drilling a ball. It's an additional cost for finger inserts - between $10 and $20.

The end weight of the ball must be no greater than 16 pounds, with a 3 ounce variation for top weight, 1 ounce for thumb weight and 1 ounce for side weight.

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It is much more than a pound. There are different weights, but they start at 6 pounds.

If your looking to invest in a fairly decent bowling ball, Your probably going to spend around $150, not including drilling, grips, and or thumb slug. However grips and thumb slug are optional. they make the ball easier to hold and more comforatable.

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it doesnt so much depend on your age. they typically say that you should bowl with a ball that is 10% of your weight. so if you weigh 130 pounds than your ball should be 13 lbs.