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Jan. 25, 2007
Topic: Bats
Discussion: The new combat

macmaxter: Where did you purchase the new combat and is it the original da Bomb bat which is blue and siver? I can get this bat at Sportsdiamond for a much lower price than Anaconda but I'm not sure it is going to have the 1.20 stamped on it where as the Anaconda senioe bat does have the 1.20. I haven't bought it yet. thanks
Jan. 24, 2007
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Easton Stealth CNT Plus

Pro....just to clarify one comment you made about the Combat. The New Blue Original Da Bomb that is sold now through SportsDiamond ( not through Anaconda) does not have the 1.20 BPF stamped on the bat. So are you saying that it still can be used for SSUSA sponsored events even without that stamp of approval?
Jan. 24, 2007
Topic: Bats
Discussion: Easton Stealth CNT Plus

I haven't seen much dialog regarding the Easton Stealth CNT Plus bat on the message board. Playing mostly USSSA tournaments last year, it was certainly the bat of choice for most teams. Being this will be my first year in the 50's, I would assume this bat can be used for SSUSA sponsored events? Can someone confirm or deny this statement. Also, can the original Combat Da Bomb ( blue model "not" sold by Anaconda) be used at SSUSA events?
Jan. 22, 2007
Topic: Bats

I believe that the Sports Diamond Combat Da Bomb "Original" bat does not have the 1.20 BPF stamped on the bat. The special Anaconda senior bat is stamped 1.20 and can be used. Does this make the Sports Diamond bat illegal for SSUSA tournament play just because it doesn't have the 1.20 standard?
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