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Discussion: Are open Ended Meat Head bats legal?

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July 1, 2021
WhatsupRodMikeMitch
Men's 60
2 posts
Are open Ended Meat Head bats legal?
I found 3 older Softball bats in an Estate Sale. One is a heavy Meat Head bat. It does not say ASA approved. Does this mean itís illegal for me to use in leagues? Also there is so much questions about what bats are best to use to hit long home runs in Slow Pitch Softball. I always hear itís better to use lighter weighted bats and then I hear itís best to use heavier bats to hit the ďLong ballsĒ so what is the answer to this topic???
July 2, 2021
grayhitter59
Men's 60
306 posts
Bat speed, bat speed and more bat speed.

whatever best creates bat speed for you.

different strokes for different folks.

July 2, 2021
WhatsupRodMikeMitch
Men's 60
2 posts
Ok so bat speed = more power. Ok I will test out which of my 4 bats work speed wise. Thanks @ greyhitter59 for responding back. Thanks .
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