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, April 26, 2013
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat confusion

Thanks. What about a Combat Centenarian Senior Softball Bat CENSP1 - Fully Loaded?

, April 26, 2013
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Bat confusion

So, I need a bat that is very forgiving, yet durable with an end or max load. 26 or 27 oz. I see the U2 max load, Reebok Melee legend, and the Combat Ambush. I also found a Combat Twilight TWLSP1-E end load from Anaconda for $160.

I'm not that strong a guy that i going to break a bat i don't think. I usually hit singles, with the occasional double thrown in. I will be 50 in June. I would like a bat the requires little break in time, since i only play on Sunday.

What about a bat from a previous model year?

There are no Softball retailers near me to try these bats either, so i have to take my best shot.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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