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Discussion: New Mike Macenko Senior Gear 13 inchers are in.

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Sept. 10, 2008
Gorilla Boy
Men's 50
187 posts
New Mike Macenko Senior Gear 13 inchers are in.
Just wanted to give everyone an update. The 13 inch Senior Gear MM's are in and being shipped as I post. Give ma a call @ 330-419-0205 to order you bat today or if you have any questions concerning Anaconda Sports products. Thank You.
Mike Macenko
(Gorilla Boy)
Sept. 10, 2008
notretiredyet555
Men's 55
30 posts
Mike, I have had the 10" red combat for about a year now and the ball really jumps off of it. Can you or anyone else with the 10" Macenko Gear compare the two? David
Sept. 10, 2008
Lou50
Men's 55
20 posts
Hello Guys just a quick question is the macjenko better than the ultra 2 and the miken super freak i'm in the market to buy a bat
Sept. 10, 2008
einstein
Men's 50
3114 posts
I've seen a lot of guys swinging the Macenko
Steve Imlay and George Robinson are teammates of mine
who swung it the last two weekends.
They love it.
It feels end loaded and has pop.
It has no warranty is what I understand.

The Ultra 2 is hard to beat for pop and size of sweetspot
though a broken in Combat will give it a run for it's money for pop.
It is the most fragile of the 3 and has no warranty.

The SuperFreak is a Freak that's endloaded just like a Freak plus
but the head is wrapped as an original Freak and that means it will start stiff
but get hotter to infinity.
I had a freak that hit as well or better than my Ultra 2
for the last 100 swings.
It has a warranty.

I guess it depends on which one is best suited to your musculature
and batting style.
Sept. 10, 2008
F.O.G.
Men's 40
105 posts
I've always been a Miken guy, but I'm in hopes that I can give this new Macenko model a try this weekend when I see George and Steve and pick on that wimp Lecak.....oh...did I just say that???heeheehee
Oct. 22, 2008
wolfin42
Men's 55
32 posts
Mike have your new combat and love. Was looking for a new grey bat 28 oz balanced. The senior store is out of stock. Do you have any of the 28oz balanced?
Oct. 23, 2008
hitt2
354 posts
Mike

I love this bat, use it in St. George and had a lot of positive success with it. Line drives were solid and the distance was good. It felt a little heavy when i first starting swing the bat, but you get use to it. The more I swing the better it feels and performs.
Oct. 23, 2008
Norq44
58 posts
Mike,
First, when you called me about a month ago about buying your autographed Combat Gear, I had to sort of sidestep the issue. The reason being that my wife answered the phone, and I did not want to let her know I was buying a new bat. ( something about being unemployed for the last 10 months) . The fact was, I had called you and Kevin and by the time you called, I had already ordered the bat from him. Sorry about that. Anyway, I got the bat about three days later, started hitting it right away, and all I can say is "WOW" . I have has outstanding results with this bat. I like this bat so much that I have stopped using it during my bi-weekly hitting sessions with the Hollis brothers. I mention them because they already broke the one that Audie bought. They estimated they got about 120 swings on it before it broke, but I really think it was more than that. The truth is there isn't a senior bat made that those two mashers wouldn't break. And we were hitting ZN's. Sure was fun watching them fly.
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