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Discussion: Combat Anti Virus

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Aug. 3, 2009
defense3B
Men's 55
40 posts
Combat Anti Virus
Can anyone share new reviews on the Combat Anti Virus bat End loaded before I purchase it? Thanks Ron
Aug. 3, 2009
wagon487
Men's 50
524 posts
go to softballfans.com, they have a review section. you can ever buy one cheap
Aug. 4, 2009
SLOBALL1
Men's 50
173 posts
My experience with the Anti-Virus was that it took forever to break in and even after the break-in it wasn't all that great.If you're looking for a senior bat there are many better than the anti -virus.If you're using for ASA it's ok but again there are many more that are better than .JMO
Aug. 4, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
Not an ASA approved bat, unless it's a senior event that allows it.
Might try the Anti- Virus...
Aug. 4, 2009
taits
Men's 65
4387 posts
Miss read that... IGNORE MY POST


Aug. 4, 2009
santo
Men's 55
41 posts
Ron,
The Combat Anti-Virus end loaded is a great ASA bat. Probably in the top 5 hottest (for ASA). For Senior ball, it's nothing. As Sloball points out it takes forever to break in. I have a 28 oz EL and use it for ASA games and batting practice only. Would never even think to use it in Senior ball.
Aug. 5, 2009
defense3B
Men's 55
40 posts
Thanks Guys, I went ahead and ordered the Combat Anti Virus end loaded 30oz. Its stamped ASA approved. Ron
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