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Aug. 22, 2019
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Are ASA bats legal at USSA tourneys?
Aug. 22, 2019
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
1331 posts
Pop66roy, I think that you might have the right letters in the wrong order. If you are interested in SSUSA bat requirements, look at the Bat Policy above. In addition that page also has a link to a list of approved bats. So you will need both of those to determine if a specific ASA (now USA Softball) bat is legal for SSUSA use.
Aug. 22, 2019
Men's 60
215 posts
ASA bats do not have the bpf stamp(1.21 or lower)
Aug. 22, 2019
Men's 40
18 posts
If an ASA bat has the 1.20 listed on the bat it can be used. Not all ASA bats have the 1.20 listed on the bat, so be careful or you could be called out for using an illegal bat.

Aug. 23, 2019
Men's 60
215 posts
ASA bats made before 2013 have the BPF 1.20 on them, after 2013 only the dual stamps have the bpf 1.20.
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