What Is a Bowling Pin Made of?

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A bowling pin is made of glued blocks of rock maple wood. These pieces are usually pre-cut before assembly, then carefully stuck together, leaving no spaces in between them. They are then passed through a lathe to enforce the bond then coated with a plastic material, painted, and covered with a glossy finish.
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Pins are made of Hard Rock Maple wood, Brunswick claims that they do not use wood that has been grown south of Indiana. This is because of the winters, trees that are subjected to
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Background The first recorded reference to a game in which a ball is thrown at pins dates from 300 A.D. The reference comes from Germany where the game was part of a religious ceremony
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