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Sept. 19, 2014
Ozone8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Nightmare bat approved

Thanks for your detailed and informative answers.

I respect your hesitance to rate the performance of the Nightmare bat. That speaks well of you and the inner confidence you must have in it.

The timeline you provided is much appreciated. Your reasoning is sound and the customers should come as the word gets out. I, for one, am willing to give this bat a try if only to support your efforts. And hopefully the performance will fit my skill set.

Now if you could only offer a different color...

Good luck and please keep us updated. Here's hoping you have found the "Holy Grail" of bats.




Sept. 18, 2014
Ozone8
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Nightmare bat approved

tattooball, your devotion to bat design and honoring your friends is admirable. I want to try, and like the bat for those reasons alone.

IMO, ignoring the durability issue the Ultra II remains the bat to beat. Many pretenders have come and gone without matching the power of the Ultra.

My question to you would be, how does this Nightmare compare? The durability appears to be far superior but what about the actual hitting quality of the bat? I've seen the video of a big guy belting 350-400 foot shots but he could probably hit one out with a wiffle bat.

My next question would be this. Above you state that "Right now I am just selling the bats I have and working on the next one. This is the worst one I have made and as time goes on they will change rapidly."
-When will the next generation of this bat be available?
-What improvements can we expect?

Keep up the good work.


Oct. 23, 2011
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Phoenix 60 results

Does anyone know where to find a list of the top three finishers in each 60 men's division for the recently-completed World Championships in Phoenix?
Oct. 19, 2009
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - DRAFT Game Schedules & Brackets

Another possible conflict noticed: In the 50s AAA division you have CJ&S Express playing 50 Caliber at 11:00 am Friday on Field 1 at Victory Lane.
But CJ&S Express is also playing Shark Sports at 10:30 am on Field 4 at Rose Mofford in the USA National Championship game.
Oct. 19, 2009
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Where is the schedule?

Great post, Swampy.
Oct. 18, 2009
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Where is the schedule?

Would you mind calling my boss and telling him all that?
Seriously, I guess the sage words of Roger Clemen's boy Brain McNamee say it all: "It is what it is".
Oct. 18, 2009
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Where is the schedule?

I wouldn't know where to start on that statement, so never mind....
Oct. 17, 2009
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Where is the schedule?

My sympathies to the overworked individual who must do the schedule and TD at the fields as well but this is too much.
As someone trying to get off work and drive to Phoenix, the difference between playing Friday morning or afternoon is significant to me.
Once again, session #1: 11 days, session #2: 9 days and now session #3: only 3 days.
Oct. 16, 2009
Ozone8
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: Where is the schedule?

Could someone explain why the schedule for session #3 (Oct 23-25) of the Worlds in Phoenix has still not been posted? It is now less than one week away.

Session #1 pairings were posted 11 days and session #2 matchups were given 9 days before the start of those sessions.
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