A pass (aka bump, forearm pass, underhand move) is used in volleyball on almost every play. When someone serves it and it is about at your stomach, you want to pass, to lift the ball. If a ball is at your face, you can set without a pass. If it's in the middle, step back to make a pass. You pass on a hit, too.
all bones are used in some way, shape, or form.
No, it cannot
That depends upn the playing surface. In beach volleyball, you don't get any bouncing because sand absorbs the energy of the ball's impact. But on a hard surface, yes, volleyballs bounce. Volleyballs have to bounce in order for them to be used in volleyball. What would happen if a volleyball didn't bounce on a forearm pass? Think about it.
A dig pass is used in volleyball: when you get low for the ball and you try to hit the ball to a setter!
Your arms in a flat position called a bump or a pass.
It's used to center the ball, so that a teammate may easily redirect it.
You're not supposed to use your arms. You use your legs to pass a ball.
Pass, set, and spike
The forearm usually used in blocking consists of two bones, the Ulna and the Radius.