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Questions and Answers for Viper Ultralight Birch Wood Youth Baseball Bat: VLLUL
Does this bat have the BBCOR stamp?
No. Solid wood bats like this Viper Ultralight Birch Wood Youth Baseball Bat (VLLUL) do not require a BBCOR stamp. It would also be lighter than a BBCOR bat is allowed to be. The Viper Ultralight Birch Wood Youth Baseball Bat (VLLUL) does not feature any type of certification stamping.
How much would the 30" bat weigh?
The Viper Ultralight Birch Wood Bat (VLLUL Youth) has an approximate -8 to -10 length to weight ratio. It will weigh approximately 20-23 ounces.
Can you use this or the senior league model for middle school? I know that you have to use BBCOR wood.
Typically, middle school would require a Youth Big Barrel model, which would be the same as Senior League. This youth model may be legal depending on the league you are playing in. I would check with your coach or league commissioner to verify if this bat would be legal.
How will this compare to maple, ash, and bamboo bats?
Birch wood bats are in-between Ash and Maple when comparing weight, flexibility, and hardness. This wood is much harder than Ash; but it is still flexible and provides a forgiving feel. It has a nice, responsive barrel due to its hardness which is a characteristic shared with similar Maple models. The combination of hardness and flexibility allow Birch wood bats to have a lower breakage rate than other wood types. This Viper Ultralight Birch Wood Bat: VLLUL Youth is also one of the lightest Youth wood bat options available with its -8 to -10 length to weight ratio.
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