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March 2, 2012
Hittnlong
Topic: Bats
Discussion: combat scott brown reissue.

Thanks. This reissue is the red one. I do rotate it every swing like I did with the ultras. It seems to be getting a little longer the more I hit it.
March 1, 2012
Hittnlong
Topic: Bats
Discussion: combat scott brown reissue.

Thanks for the info. I have been using it for bp and thats about it. A few deep ones but not over the fence. I have also had a couple of ultra 2s and have hit a melee and there was not much difference between those 2. but I broke the ultras. I guess it will stay a practice bat unless something really positive happens. Thanks.
March 1, 2012
Hittnlong
Topic: Bats
Discussion: combat scott brown reissue.

I got a good deal on this bat. I don't see a lot of info about it. I maybe have 60 hits on it. Any idea how long it takes to break in and will it ever have the pop of a miken ultra or reebok melee?
March 1, 2012
Hittnlong
Topic: Bats
Discussion: bat comparison

Hi all,

I am new to the leagues and looking for opinions between end loaded and balanced bats. I have spoken to a lot of people about them half say use balanced and half say use end loaded. I am a big hitter. Is a balanced bat more durable than a end loaded bat? I am told that the end loaded gives me more power but there is a tendency to pull to the left. Being that there is more weight on the end of the end loaded bat can that cause the barrel to crack easier than a balanced bat?
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