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Discussion: The new combat

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Jan. 24, 2007
Men's 60
25 posts
The new combat
I see it says 1.20 on bat but who approved it i did not see any organization name on the bat, no usssa so has it been tested and who approved it
Jan. 24, 2007
Fred Scerra
Men's 80
542 posts
If you talking about the Combat Senior then it is only approved in Senior ball. As long as it says 1.20 on it is approved by SSUSA except for Titaniumn.
Jan. 25, 2007
24 posts
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. 25, 2007
41 posts
They may be advertising them but I just tried to order on out of cuiosity and they are all out of stock. I have a combat from anaconda and I will not swing anything but this until someone can beat the performance and durabilty both.
Jan. 25, 2007
E. Ness
122 posts
The bat you speak of from Sports diamond does not have the 1.20 on it. Only the Anaconda bat is legal.
Jan. 25, 2007
729 posts
Go to the we are running a team buy in special as we speak, all of the deails are there.
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