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Discussion: 2005 Demarini F2

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May 27, 2004
softball21
2 posts
2005 Demarini F2
Does anyone have any info on this bat? How does it compare to the 2004 model?
May 27, 2004
STONEMAN
Men's 50
535 posts
I went thu 4 bats in less than 4 months. The following comes from B & N SOFTBALL. A indep. test' org.
PROS: The F2 has a huge sweet spot and excellent performance.
CONS: Durability was not very good and performance was not worth the price. Bat dented fairly easily though.The Red F2 is a much better bat. Expensive, but typical Demo sweet spot and pop.
June 2, 2004
C-Man
Men's 55
36 posts
A lot of people will get a kick out of this reply. Bat's aren't made to hit the ground if the ball doesn't go out of the ball PARK. ΤΏΤ Cman3
June 30, 2004
FOG
1 posts
One of my teammates has one F2 '05, and he loves it. He says it has a little more juice than the '04.........
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