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    Haha they are awesome. Seriously, it wouldn't surprise me if the middle on that bat would be more powerful than that of a Hero Original LE or something, gun bat. Pretty crap toe though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Haha they are awesome. Seriously, it wouldn't surprise me if the middle on that bat would be more powerful than that of a Hero Original LE or something, gun bat. Pretty crap toe though.
    That's why i bought a 2 10 GN titanium predator this year, the whole bat is middle so my constant mis hits acctualy go to the fence.

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    Never been a big fan of the predator range tbh, would have preferred a Powerbow. All is gun in the GN range though. I love my gloves though, Phoenix5*, gun.

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    Well when I get the new bat (Next season) I wont use it in nets I hate it when people use poor quality balls and leave marks and bright red cherries on the bat, well I play a hell of a lot of cricket usual U17's match 1 or 2 times a week depends if there is a cup match, then 2 mens matches wich are both around division 5, so quite a good standard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Never been a big fan of the predator range tbh, would have preferred a Powerbow. All is gun in the GN range though. I love my gloves though, Phoenix5*, gun.
    I had a powerbow 2 years ago and it was too heavy, some days i could hardly lift it though tbf if you connected it went miles.

    I think it matters what model you though tbh, anything that's £200+ is just awesome whatever bat it is but some of the lower models are a lot heavier than the higher ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umop 3p!sdn View Post
    Well when I get the new bat (Next season) I wont use it in nets I hate it when people use poor quality balls and leave marks and bright red cherries on the bat, well I play a hell of a lot of cricket usual U17's match 1 or 2 times a week depends if there is a cup match, then 2 mens matches wich are both around division 5, so quite a good standard.
    If you can afford it, get a good bat then imo, it makes it a lot more fun when mis hits go to the fence.

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    Had a Slazenger V800 for the past 2-3 years - about 2 pound 6 (good for opening and suits me to have a light bat).
    Been a fantastic stick, tbh. Got that great subcontinental bow in it too.
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    Got a kookaburra kahuna for this season.

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    Got a kookaburra kahuna for this season.
    Do they still make it with the graphite backing?

    I use a MRF Blazer...3 grips... .

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    Slazenger SXI Pro. Needs replacing soon though.

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    i got ripped for my Puma Classic 2000, paid it at Kingsgrove Sports for 250 and got this plank of wood which is light (kay thats a good thing for me) nice curve (another good thing) but as thick as a box of matches!!

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    Take it back then?

    Also, did you only notice when you got out of the shop?

    SOrry for all the questions, but have you used it yet? Does it play well?

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    nah haha, i was too stoked, plus its about the player, not the equipment

    im a tailender so it donesnt matter what bat i use really

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    BTW man, I saw in another thread that you are an Asian, where abouts are you from. I'm assuming Fairfiled? Bankstown?

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    baknstown but moved to around the shire area i play for syd tech

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