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Thread: For Sale: The Vortex Ball Roller!

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    Kevin Tinny is offline
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    Hello, M:

    Have to admire the ingenuity of the gadget. The UTUBE video is great.

    I'll bite. What is that "rifle"?

    Smiles,
    Kevin Tinny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou Lou Lou View Post
    You might research golf balls as they use dimpling for a straighter flight.
    This is absolutely unequivocally untrue. The dimpled golf ball was invented by Ludwig Von Heisenburg during World War I specifically to undermine British officer morale. The dimpled ball grabs the air on taking flight, creating a pressure imbalance - for a right hand golfer greater pressure builds up on the left side of the ball and lesser pressure on the right. This causes the ball to veer radically to the right, sometimes called a slice. A golf ball thus hit invariably ends up in deep woods or water. I have validated this theory hundreds of times.

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    Kevin Tinny is offline
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    Hi, Eggman:

    Maybe you were being humorous.
    Suggest you Google: " A New Look In Dimples."
    My father, scratch for at least 20 years, was Dr. Nicolaides' ball tester.
    Further and straighter!

    Respectfully,
    Kevin Tinny

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    I'll bite. What is that "rifle"?

    That's my near-stock Armisport 1842 smoothbore. It was glass bedded by Richard Hill and that's all that's been done to it.

    Steve

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