Fun Things That Every Bowler Should Know About The Bowling Pin

Many bowlers may take bowls' pins for granted. I mean afterall, they are all bowler's dream. The object is to remove them as quickly as possible, so the greatest bowlers may not really take the time to learn about them.

There are many different types of midnight bowling nearby. They are used in a wide variety of bowling games.  

The traditional bowling pins that most people think of are the type used in the game of tenpins. Tenpin bowling pins are generally 4.75 inches wide at their widest point and 15 inches tall.

They look a bit like armless, legless people, with a "body" and a smaller "head", or top portion. Most of them also have a reddish-colored marking around the "neck".

A ten-pin bowling pin generally weighs 3 pounds and six ounces. However, as of 1998, the Bowling Congress enacted a law, which allows ten-pin bowling pins to weigh 3 pounds and 10 ounces.

Another popular bowling pin is the pin used in duckpin bowling. Duckpins look like to tenpin pins. Nevertheless, duckpins are a good deal shorter.

Regulation Duckpins are 9 13/32 inches tall, with a maximum diameter of 4 1/8 inches, and the smallest diameter of 1 3/8 inches at the bottom. Bowling is most popular along the eastern coast of the United States, in such states ad Virginia.

Candlepin bowling pins are another interesting variety of bowling bars. Candlepin bowling is popular. Candlepin bowling pins are unique. They do not resemble the pins used in any other popular bowling game.