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Discussion: New Miken Psycho bat

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Nov. 13, 2008
taits
Men's 65
4250 posts
New Miken Psycho bat
Anyone heard anything about this one?
I got an email from Miken and am wondering if there is anything known about it yet.

I'm still waiting for the new Rip-it that was supposed to be launched earlier this year to appear somewhere.
Nov. 13, 2008
SCRAPPY6
55 posts
DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE PSYCHO BAT. RIP IT BATS WERE MADE BY CE COMPOSITES (COMBAT). DON'T KNOW WHO THEY HAVE MAKING THEM NOW?
MANY BATS ARE GOING OFF SHORE FOR MANUFACTURING. COMBAT STILL MADE IN NORTH AMERICA.
MIKE
Nov. 14, 2008
DesertDave
Men's 60
74 posts
Taits,
I haven't swung the bat. I did see Corky from Miken and a couple guys hitting with one at Worlds in Phx last month. They seemed to be getting good performance with it. But then, I think Corky could hit 300 ft line drives with a wet rope. :) LOL. I think it is a USSSA bat. As for the Rip-It, I don't think it is going to happen. Just a rumor that is floating around Az.
Nov. 14, 2008
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
taits, I swung the Psycho and didn't like it, have you tried the MM YELLOW COMBAT? It's a GREAT BAT!
Nov. 15, 2008
#13
8 posts
taits:have used the Psycho bat is a very good usssa bat,ball comes of it very good.#13 tanel bud/light.
Nov. 15, 2008
Lefty
Men's 65
451 posts
taits I know this is going to be hard to swallow but I've got the new Super Freak Maxload and it is a USSSA bat and it's better than any of my senior bats. I normally hit a ball between 310' and 340' when I hit it out but I played in a USSSA tourneyment a few weeks back and the first pitch the ball went to the top of the trees.With a 300' fence. We played against the young guys and when you hit a line drive or a grounder in the in field they couldn't catch up with it. I hit .900 in that tourneyment. It's a little end loaded and a great bat for USSSA or Senior ball.
Nov. 15, 2008
southpaw
Men's 60
715 posts
Lefty, alias Cajun Joe, you should go into the used softball bat business. How many do you own now? But I forget, you usually break them! God bless; hope you and your family have a great Holiday season. I will have surgery on my right foot Monday--torn ligaments. Take care, Steve
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