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|, Feb. 8, 2016|
Discussion: New Combat senior bat....?
707softballbats.com is Kelly's ultimate sports ... He has a few sites. The bats are in production and should be completed about months end. Limited production run of the 275 bats.
Hope this helps.
|, Feb. 1, 2016|
Discussion: New Combat senior bat....?
The bats being hit in Florida where not Rocket launchers.
1. One was the new Wallace Cent ..It's our first bat built in the Bauer facility using the new Composite material.
2. The other was the Maxum that's built in our Ottawa plant based on the the high mode composite we launched this year in baseball. The fiber allowed us to create the longest barrel, lightest swing weight baseball bats and put a 500 day warranty on them. We are taking that technology to a Senior bat.
3. The Rocket Launcher is a bat that will be made in Ottawa, production has just got underway. We are making a couple for Kelly'S Ultimate sports .. One a all-association bat with our Quadisc technology.
**Quadisc 275 Technology = Outer wall of seamless infused composite, two balanced middle walls of aerospace grade Graphite prepreg and an inner wall of ultra-tough hyper-elastic polymer at mid-barrel.
The other is a senior bat ... We have had a little delay on releasing all the specs as we have been waiting on some patents and trademarks. The Rocket launcher will be the first to use this tech and will only be available at Kelly's.
All three of our new senior bats are totally different tech then we have ever built and we thought splitting them up was a great way to let the facts on the models be told.
Mike and his team of hitters in both California and Arizona have been awesome as we tested roughly 80 designs of the new tech over the last 18 months. we also had test sessions in Washington, Florida, Texas and New York.
We had no desire to re-brand old technology.
|, Dec. 10, 2013|
Discussion: What's the best bat for open tournaments?
I received a couple calls about this and wanted to clear up a couple things.
1. If someone called Combat and was told the Dirty was the same construction as the Ambush, original or Cent I'm sorry but that information was incorrect.
2. The Dirty was a construction that I had tested and worked on for about three years. Kelly's ultimate sports was involved the entire time and had the rights to the construction. We also built a non- senior bat for them in a mid- load using the same insert different outer shell. This design has lead you or Portent and Avarice line in non senior slow pitch as well.
3. The New Jeff Wallace cent is a made with our new Gen 2 resin system and I think most folks have seen the durability increase with this new system.
4. The newest run of Dirty bats were also made with the new Gen 2 resin system.
5. All bats we produce going forward will be made with that system.
6. The original both in short shell and long shell are the same construction. The MM gear was the same barrel as the original with gear in the taper.
7. The Twlight was a two piece cent. -- very similar barrel with different insert turned into a two-piece -- in my opinion the most underrated of them all.
8. The original Cent. Was a new senior construction same insert as the original with a completely new frame. The short shell, long shell were same construction.
9. The new wanted senior league is all new barrel and insert with gen2 resin and new paint primer system that should really help with paint issues.
10. The new Jeff Wallace Cent. is the same barrel and insert as the wanted just in one piece - made with new paint and resin system.
11. We have completely rebuilt our plant in the last 5 months. New automated resin system- all new paint and primer system - new cap - weighting system. All improvements geared towards product improvement.
If anyone has questions please contact me.
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