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Discussion: Combat Centenarian
|Feb. 22, 2012|
About a year ago I purchased one of the Combat Centenarian (black/blue)balanced bats. And as promised earlier I said I would post its progress.
The bat WILL not out hit an ultra 2, but it did outlast it! After about 550 swings the end cap came about halfway out! I reglued it and will take some cuts with it at practice to see if it will stay together.
To me the Combat is very solid and hits very well and would recomend it, I had a midload ultra 2 and it cracked With less than 75 wings, I also had the ultra 2 endlloaded and it also broke...no more ultras!
I know there are alot of people swinging ultras and have very good luck with them, but I just cannot get along with that bat, and the combat is not that far behind an ultra in performance! So If I can get 500 plus swings out of a 200 dollar bat i'm the happiest guy in the world!
|Feb. 27, 2012|
|Just to let everyone know I took about 10 cuts with the reglued endcap and for now looks like it is holding fast! Good deal!|
I used permatex ultra black silicone, spread very thin around cap and tapped it back into place! Time to order another one of these and get it broke in!
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