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Oct. 4, 2012
Brett
Men's 55
239 posts
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What is your price? Several web sites are selling them for $209.99.
Oct. 6, 2012
Gorilla Boy
Men's 50
235 posts
SSUSA has them in stock and shipping for 199.99.

Gorilla Boy
Oct. 17, 2012
colt
44 posts
Does this hit like a true 2 pc bat(stealth, mutants)or more like a Demarini the one series 2pc with a 1 pc feel?
Oct. 18, 2012
5ToolsinOhio
Men's 50
160 posts
Hey and after 75-95 swings if its still not broke in...just keep hitting it! haha
Oct. 18, 2012
Q19
56 posts
Using my 27 oz. at the Huntsman Senior Games. Hot right out if the wrapper. About 60+ swings so far.
Oct. 19, 2012
big cat7
Men's 50
98 posts
i understand that a bigger stronger person will swing harder and have more bat speed but what effect does this have on a two piece bat.i know they will flex more but is this a good or bad thing?and what type of bat should a person with alot of bat speed use a two piece or one piece?
Oct. 26, 2012
Ugly Stick
Men's 60
20 posts
I have hit the Miken bat and it is a winner. Are you getting these Miken's direct from Miken. I heard that some other sources were selling them and rolling them as well as shaving them. I still can not believe that players do that to senior bats. Just curious. If it is straight from Miken then I would be interested in buying one. Thanks in advance. Do the different weights have different balance points as you have stated on other bats. I like a 27 ounce.

Ugly Stick
Hot Rod
Oct. 29, 2012
Gorilla Boy
Men's 50
235 posts
Hey Alan, I was just checking to see what you were selling the Miken 2 piece bat for?

Mike Macenko
aka:Gorilla Boy
Oct. 30, 2012
colt
44 posts
Big Cat7,
My thought on the 2pc is that swinging harder or faster will not effect the flex of a 2pc.But bad mechanics will be felt much more in the flex If you cast the bat to much instead of going straight to ball you will feel more flex ,same with timing issue or missing sweet spot.
Nov. 12, 2012
5ToolsinOhio
Men's 50
160 posts
Got to swing this new 2pc Miken along with 2pc Combat yesterday, I do not think there will be any discussion about performance from these two bats, of course don't know about durability both being so new, but we had one of are original bp pitchers out yesterday first time all year due to work he is 5'6 165lbs 48yrs old hitting them far. Both these bats feel different, sound different, so again its whats your flavor and what feels good in your hands.
Nov. 14, 2012
Ugly Stick
Men's 60
20 posts
Hey 5Tools, did you get that chance to hit the Monsta senior bat? If you did how did it play? I hear it is a great bat. Just what I heard! Thanks.

Ugly Stick
Nov. 14, 2012
5ToolsinOhio
Men's 50
160 posts
We did hit the Monsta, problem was the bats were demo's no decals, the models they sent to my buddie did not perform like senior bats plus we were having so much fun with the Twilight and new Miken that it did not get much of a look after 10 or so swings from each guy. A new bat now trying to compete with Reebok/Combat/Miken/Demarini/Worth is insane, does anyone have the Bass Crippler senior bat? or the Boombah senior bat? how do they hit?
Nov. 15, 2012
Gideon60
Men's 50
42 posts
I have the boombah grey bat. I have about 200 cuts on it and it not got ahy real pop I am 6'1" 250Lb i prefer the miken maxload 30oz hits nice and sometimes puts it deep 375 to 400
Nov. 15, 2012
taits
Men's 65
4489 posts
Boombah info:
Constructed for the 52/275 ball that is used in Senior Slowpitch
Composite, Carbon Fibre and Leather Grip
Approved for SSUSA
Imported

I'd bet the Bass bat being sold on Amazon is a dud like I think the above will be in as much what it was designed for.
But you never know.
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