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Discussion: Rip-it USSSA

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Aug. 12, 2007
Men's 50
3114 posts
Rip-it USSSA
I said I'd comment after I hit my Reaper, USSSA model.
Ron Joseph of Kelly Sports who will be playing twice more this year,
once at LVSSA and SSUSA in Phoenix
and I hit 100 balls each today
and I saved the last 50 for the Reaper.
I was surprised how much pop it has and it's still not broken in.
I expect it to take a couple of hundred swings to get it as hiot as it can be.
It feels great as I like an end-loaded feel.
I hit a couple of balls 350 range without swinging out of my butt
and that tells me that bat's got something.
The first fifty swings before the balls got wet and heavy
I hit my Yellow Rip-it senior that we want NorCal to approve
for it's durability and performance.
It's the best bat for all around hitting I own
and I was going 350-400 routinely with it.
Aug. 12, 2007
Men's 65
4549 posts
Maybe that is why many do not want it....think about it.
I'd love to use a bat I bought for that purpose, to use.
Aug. 12, 2007
32 posts
I am not a fan of any bat companies but starting to feel the need to support the Rip It gang as well. My team reported last week on the Reaper and the other day we got one for our own. This bat is has bought back some of the fun ASA took from the game. I donít know how or why on bats just that if swings great and hits better. I also follow college softball as do millions of fans across the nation and I am very impressed with what this company is doing and where it seems to be going. My question is where can I buy stock ?
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