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Questions and Answers for COMBAT Wanted Senior League Baseball Bat: WANSL110
What is the difference between the wanted senior league wansl108 and the combat wanted senior league wansl110?
The COMBAT Wanted Senior League Baseball Bat (WANSL110) is a -10 length to weight ratio while the COMBAT Wanted Senior League Baseball Bat (WANSL108) is a -8 length to ratio which would be heaver.
Do you have any 31" 21 oz. combat wanted?
Yes we do currently have the COMBAT Wanted Senior League Baseball Bat (WANSL110) in a 31" 22 oz. below is there link on our website. http://www.justbats.com/product/combat-wanted-senior-league-baseball-bat--wansl110/18172/?pa_source=justbats&pa_campaign=was&pa_medium=badges&pa_content=combat-wanted-senior-league-baseball-bat--wansl110
Would this bat be considered a legal bat in Babe Ruth baseball (13-15)?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted: (WANSL110) will not be legal in Babe Ruth baseball (13-15) because it has a composite barrel. Only BBCOR certified bats with a composite barrel are legal in the league, and this model is not BBCOR certified.
Which current COMBAT is the closest match to a B2?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted (WANSL110) is a new two-piece design from COMBAT. The 2014 COMBAT Portent (PORSL110) will be the closest to the COMBAT B2.
How does the Wanted compare to the Portent?
Both the 2014 COMBAT Wanted (WANSL110) and the 2014 COMBAT Portent (PORSL110) are top of the line composite models. Both will have a balanced swing weight and similar "pop". The main difference is the Wanted, being a two-piece design, will offer more flex. The Portent will have a stiffer swing.
Is the COMbat Wanted SL for power hitters?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted: WANSL110 Senior League bat would be for a contact or a power hitter. It will feature a two-piece, fully composite, very balanced design.
Is that bat approved for PONY league baseball?
Yes, the 2014 COMBAT Wanted: WANSL110 Senior League is legal for Pony League.
Is there a return policy?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted: WANSL110 Senior League can be returned as long is it is unused and in the original condition for a full refund or exchange. We do not put a time frame on returning unused items. If you have a defective item, all warranties are handled through the manufacturer and your item may be forwarded to the manufacturer for replacement. When returning a bat that qualifies for an exchange or refund, simply fill out our online returns form and print your free UPS return label. If you need assistance locating your order, contact us via phone, live chat or email.
How does this bat compare to the B3 and the COMBAT Bubba?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted: WANSL110 Senior League is a two-piece fully composite design and the B3 and Bubba are a one-piece composite design. The Wanted has separation barrier technology for hot out of the wrapper performance.
I was waiting for the Easton MAKO 2 5/8" model to release in Jan 2014. My son is 10, solid lead off contact hitter. How does the -10 Wanted compare to the MAKO?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted: WANSL110 Senior League and the 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MKB Senior League are both two-piece composite bats. They both have a balanced swing weight and will be very high performing and durable. The MAKO will have a slightly longer barrel.
My son has great bat speed. He is a smaller lead off hitter. He wants this bat, but should I go with a one-piece composite to help his power or a two-piece like this because he is a contact hitter? How does this compare to the DeMarini CF6?
The 2014 COMBAT Wanted: WANSL110 Senior League two-piece design is best for a contact hitter. A one piece bat is better for a power hitter. Wanted is comparable to the DeMarini CF6. Both are balanced two-piece bats.
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