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March 11, 2012
Ernies 53
Men's 50
22 posts
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Combat Centenarian,
All you have to do now is figure out a way to keep the plugs in at 500 plus...still a good bat
March 12, 2012
mad dog
Men's 65
4102 posts
ernies,what would rather have it do,break at 250-400 swings like the other senior bats,or reglue the end cap in....me i would rather have to reglue than buy a new bat......
March 12, 2012
rightrj1
Men's 55
239 posts
Hey Guys,

The Crippler is a nice bat, I've had mine for a little over a season....I may have gotten well over 1500 swings on it, then like a dummie took it out to hit in 50 degree weather and guess what? it cracked.... The fuuny thing about it cracking then was last year in Reno & if you were there you know it was snowing & very cold 40 degrees, but the bat performed really well in the cold. I hit several bombs over that weekend with it....Tri you are very correct in the fact that his bat WILL have vibration if you hit the ball on the handle or hands! Not slight virbation but REAL VIRBATION & this was after the bat was broken in!!
Thanks for your testing review!
March 12, 2012
Ernies 53
Men's 50
22 posts
Hey mad dog, I am very happy with the combat,for now that is all I will buy! I have owned both of the mikens red/black and broke both with less than 70 swings on them, While some swear by the miken, they just dont stay together for me!
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