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Discussion: information on bat

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Dec. 11, 2006
sbaddict
14 posts
information on bat
Has anyone tried the Nokona Tomahawk Bat? If so is it as good as the Ultra II? They say it is compared to it.
Thanks
Dec. 11, 2006
batguyaz
134 posts
who knows, who cares.....the U2, the Combat, the Rip It, too many bats, to little time.....
Dec. 11, 2006
Ken
Men's 55
462 posts
We care. When you’re done shilling for Rip It let us know.
Dec. 12, 2006
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
Common Sense. If it was as good as the UltraII it wouldn't be approved in other Assoc.
Dec. 12, 2006
Robo2
222 posts
I am interested if anyone has information about this bat or any new bat. Remember, in most cases, the first batch has the most life. New technology provides better equipment all the time.
Dec. 12, 2006
BruceinGa
Men's 60
2640 posts
I heard that it was pulled from the market a couple of months ago and is no longer approved by any association.
Dec. 13, 2006
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
Bruce:

It was pulled around last August. It was approved by ASA but no other Assoc and then ASA pulled their approval so the bats sold at that time were recalled.

But they have reintroduced it in an USSSA version which is approved by Utrip which would make it legal in SSUSA I guess.

It has not been approved by NSA yet that I can see.
Dec. 13, 2006
sbaddict
14 posts
Thanks for the info guys:)
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