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Discussion: bass bats???

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April 20, 2011
garyheifner
349 posts
bass bats???
Got a friend who is a bat junkie. Has untold dozens in his garage from 45 + years of softball. Called me today and said he bought one (bass). Supposed to be a 121 rating. Wants to know if it's any good or did he waste another $200?????? Any knowledge on this would be appreciated. He sucks most of the time at the plate so if it's bad news, I am not going to tell him the truth.
April 21, 2011
thndr1
Men's 50
29 posts
The Bass bats are allowed in USSSA play so I don't know why they wouldn't be allowed in senior play. I could be wrong but I haven't heard if they have been outlawed anywhere.

Does SSUSA have an authorized bat list here on this site?

Cliff
April 22, 2011
Brett
Men's 55
239 posts
Bass has an SSUSA approved senior softball bat - the Crippler, available in balanced (green) and endloaded (orange) versions.
April 22, 2011
taits
Men's 65
4334 posts
Bats stamped with a bpf rating os 1.21 or less are allowed. DW bats w\o 1.21 or less markings are NOT allowed or is it exceeds that.
Rules 3.4(3) & 3.4(4)
The old Ti bats & new substance or configuration not approved for use are specifically mentioned as not approves as well.
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