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Discussion: Alloy senior bats ??

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Oct. 20, 2009
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Alloy senior bats ??
are there or has there been any senior level alloy bats or are they all composite ?
Oct. 21, 2009
Men's 65
4549 posts
My opinion, Depending on user, they may not have the some pop &\or have less durability... Too many variables here.
BUT some very good ones. If you can find them.

Mizuno; Original Crush and the next one the mzc4 Both Alum and plastic combo. Crush2 not too bad either.
Anderson; RocketTech orig, and Reloaded, & the CK, The Orig, Techzilla and one after I forget name.
Easton; Connexion original one (blue or black and yellow I believe.)
Powerhouse; Ozone, Had two models red and green I think it was, I sold my green? mid game long ago. Have red still in wrapper.
Worth; EST's black, blue, & gold originals, & first two PST's
Demo's; DW Classic or the 98-99 DW better yet.
I didn't have much luck with Demos. I dented or broke very one I had. It got even worse when Wilson took over when Ray died.
There has to be more those mentioned, but Those I remember well.
If you ever have the chance to visit a plant to see the process of making of them, do it. I've been through at least 3 times.
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