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July 2, 2013
king 44
Topic: Bats
Discussion: usssa bats

Thanks Allen and Bruce I purchased a 27oz psyco and hit at batting practice split 1/2 bucket of 25 balls each with 2-rounds and the 28oz end loaded Z2000 better in distance but was happy with the psyco. with the psyco I hit about 1/2 in the 320-330ft with several line drives off the fence, The Z2ooo was in the 330-350 range with several line drives at the fence and a few miss hits slightly over the fence. Both bats are good in my opinion but I will see about the durability. Thanks again, Mike.
June 30, 2013
king 44
Topic: Bats
Discussion: usssa bats

TRI 18 Have you tested any usssa bats with the new stamps? I am an Easton fan for durability and pop but had a Z2000 which was not the bad batch and broke in 30 swings and just recieved it back after 2-month's waiting. Have you tested the Mizuno,Miken,Easton's?
March 30, 2013
king 44
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Z2000 vs miken ultra II

Good bat but mine only lasted 25-30 swings. Will be calling on Monday for warrantee. Will update with louisville response. 28 oz balanced.
Oct. 15, 2011
king 44
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Anyone else swing utrip bats?

I use the green stealth +. This bat has a bigger sweet spot and is very close to the distance of the U2. I have had this bat since it came out and use it year round including cold weather.

I was only able to play 3 tournaments this year and broke 2 U2's.

I also purchased a Miken MV1 for my son and once broke in it hits well.
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