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Discussion: The Crippler by Bass

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March 28, 2011
brian warner
Men's 55
54 posts
The Crippler by Bass
Bass Bats has a new entry in Senior bat market, The Crippler. I play for the 50 Major+ team the KC Barons and we will be playing the 1st 2 weekends in April in the Kansas City area. Then the weekend of 4-16 and 17th we will be in Tulsa for the Mustang Classic. We will have a few of these Crippler's on hand. If anyone wants to try one out while at these tournaments just e-mail me I am not going come on here and scream how these are bats are greatest thing ever. Just try one for yourself. And you decide.
March 29, 2011
Men's 65
884 posts
Brian, You've been misinformed about the Mustang Classic. Mustang is close to Oklahoma City - not Tulsa. Hope this helps.
March 29, 2011
Men's 55
178 posts

Do you have any other info on this bat. Barrel size, End load or balanced, durability, how much, and is there any warranty? When will they be available?

March 29, 2011
mad dog
Men's 65
4149 posts
D-10 if ya call 35 miles to the southwest close...LOL ok i guess it is closer to OKC than tulsa..LOL yeah brian it is a lot closer to OKC than tulsa....
March 29, 2011
brian warner
Men's 55
54 posts
I was close I was in the right state. And as far as size's 26 27 28 oz. balanced. And endloaded will be out in about 2 weeks all the same sizes and a 30 EL. The ones we have right know are 13" barrels and balanced. But by the time we get to TULSA we should have the end loaded models. I think Bass is selling them for around 195.00. But e-mail me and I might be able to help out with that. I don't want to get accused of making up something to sell bats. So all I will say is the one I have right now has lasted about 750 swings and is still going strong. But decide for your self. E-mail me and I will try to set up a time for to swing it. We will be in KC then Tulsa then Indy. Plus I will talk with Kevin to find out if he has someone in your part of the country if you will let know where that might be. Because I'm just like you guys I don't want to buy a bat because somebody I've never heard of says it's great. We still have guys on our team who are swinging their Mikens and Combats and they will until the Crippler proves itself to them. But it won't take to long for them to come around.
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