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Discussion: Baden renegade senior bat, Bass Crippler bat

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April 9, 2011
chikn55
Men's 50
20 posts
Baden renegade senior bat, Bass Crippler bat
Anybody try One of these bats yet? I use the Bass Pinky in my NSA league and I'm very happy with it. I was wondering if the Crippler is anything like it? Thanks for your input in advance.
April 9, 2011
Hit the gap
Men's 60
146 posts
I've hit with the Baden. The ax handle grip is actually very comfortable and natural feeling. After about 100 swings, the bat still feels a stiff but if it breaks in it should be a real good bat.
April 9, 2011
Enviro-Vac
Men's 60
401 posts
My Axe lasted about 30 hits in warm weather. The flaw in the design is hitting it on the same side of the barrel all the time
April 10, 2011
brian warner
Men's 55
53 posts
I have been swinging the Crippler for about 2months. I had one at the TOC in Feb. I didn't use it much there. The weather was to cold. But I've been swinging it alot this past month. I think its going to be a pretty good bat. But I'm waiting for Bass to offer a end weighted model. Which Bas claims is being built right now. And should be ready by May.The one I have is a balanced 28oz. model. Right now I about 800 swings on it
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