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Discussion: Anderson Rockettech CK

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Sept. 28, 2004
Burdman
20 posts
Anderson Rockettech CK
Is anyone out there in Half Century using the Anderson Rockettech Composite Killer? In Fla HC we can still use the U2. How does the RTCK compare?
Sept. 30, 2004
tater9
62 posts
Burdman,
Had an opportunity to hit the RTCK a couple of weeks ago. While I am not a big fan of the small end knob I did like the overall performance of the bat. If you can still use the UII that would be my choice.
Sept. 30, 2004
Burdman
20 posts
Thanks for the info Tater I wondered abou the small knob I was inquiring because my weekly league is ASA and I need whatever help I can get to hit with the kids Do you have any other suggestions?
Oct. 1, 2004
tater9
62 posts
I have also hit the PST 137 and the new Blue PST. Both bats have good pop. The Blue Pst didn't seem to be as end loaded as the 137. I currently use a Miken Freak which I am very happy with. The Syn2 is also a good bat but a liitle stiff. It takes a lot of swings to break in. I am by no means an expert on bats but I hope this helps.
Oct. 1, 2004
Burdman
20 posts
Thanks again Tater. Every bit helps. I'm no expert either, I go by how a bat feels. Good luck on the field.
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