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Discussion: the rip it reaper bat asa

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April 3, 2012
Men's 65
20 posts
the rip it reaper bat asa
hey guys do you know if the rip it bat is good for asa, i heard it has good pop, does anyone know.
thank's ripdog
April 3, 2012
Men's 60
544 posts
ripdog...go to - - REAP6 ASA bat, ken
April 3, 2012
51 posts
Ripdog, the only good Rip It bat was the outlawed Yellow Rip It, the Reaper ASA bat takes a long time to break in. The ASA bat that many will agree with is the Freak and if you can get your hand on a 98 Freak you will be stoked!

April 3, 2012
Men's 50
2609 posts
dano is 100% correct!
April 3, 2012
44 posts
The ASA reaper that I think was from 08,is a very good bat and very hard to find,but does take some swings to break -in.
April 3, 2012
mad dog
Men's 65
4153 posts
colt you are dead on,i had one and it was a very good bat,i decided to hit worth blue dots with it in an outlaw league, so didn't last as long as it should of,prolly got 500 swings....mine didn't seem to take all that much to get broke in......
April 3, 2012
661 posts
get an easton synergy scx3 there's some still around great asa bat if you cant find one get the scn3 nice bat also better than the miken's
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