1) On eBay, or a similar auction site.
2) Many Bowling centers will sell you a new bowling pin. Expect to pay around $20-$25.
3) Some leagues, known colloquially as Hav-a-Ball leagues, can provide you with a themed bowling pin (usually in lieu of a similarly-themed bowling ball) as part of the cost of participation.
You can find Duckpin Bowling Balls and other equipment online, such as sites as http://www.bowlerstore.com/c-86-duckpin-bowling.aspx or http://www.thefind.com/family/info-duck-pin-bowling-balls.
Bowling pins can be purchased through sports goods stores or other such online websites. It's possible that bowling pins may even be purchasable via a bowling alley, if they happen to have any pins that they are getting rid of.
A good source would be eBay; duckpins (both used and new) are offered up for sale there on a regular basis.
a violent game enduring a bowling ball and live ducks...
yes. it creates bumps on the surface of the lanes which affect the roll of a bowling ball.
Obviously the ten pin bowling
You cannot. It is 10-pin bowling.
The height of a bowling pin is 15 inches.
1 point a bowling pin
in the 1830's is when they started to ban 9-pin bowling in Texas, so many changed to 10 pin.
A bowling pin is one of the ten wooden objects that are set up and knocked down in the sport of bowling.
There are ten pins in ten pin bowling as that is the nature of that sport. In 5 pin bowling, there are 5 pins.
The pin boy in bowling used to reset pins before there were automatic pinsetters.
Traditionally, there is usually on one hole in a ten pin bowling pin at the bottom of the base.
Bowling in its earliest form is from Europe where its known as bowls. This is a lawn game that involves a mark to hit and a ball the size of a duck pin bowling ball. However the game we know today is an American rendition changed to become more popular than its classic counterpart.