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Questions and Answers for Axe Hard Maple Composite Wood Baseball Bat: L180
How does this bat compare to the Axe L116? The L116 says it is a composite bat but it looks like a one piece solid wood bat. I bought my son an Axe BBCOR metal last year and he loved it. But this year he must use wood for his high school season. I'm looking for some help on getting the right bat but we want an Axe for sure.
Both the Axe Hard Maple Composite Wood Baseball Bat (L180) and the Axe Hardwood Senior League Baseball Bat (L116) would be considered composite wood bats meaning they have both wood and composite material featured in some way. The L180 features a composite handle with a maple barrel while the L116 has a wood core with a composite and laminate outer shell that helps make the bat more durable. The BBCOR certification would make the L180 more appropriate for high school play and more like the alloy Axe bat that he had. The L116 is a lighter weight Senior League bat that would not feature the BBCOR certification required for high school play.
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