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New Bat and Refurb
« on: February 27, 2017, 12:04:37 PM »

Got this bat last delivered last Friday, been wanting to get down to B3 for sometime now so a few weeks ago set off early from Manchester. I had emailed the @Doctor the week before to say i was heading down.The new showroom was just in its finishing stages and was looking good. I took my existing B3 Finch with to get it refurbed as it was in a sorry state.

Streaky then went through all the different bats with me till i decided on one that i loved the pick up on, which was a Mullinator at 2.11.5 that felt a lot lighter on the pick up.
We then went to the workshop to have a look at the  clefts there where some cracking 3 Stripes there but had to go and have a look at the good stuff.

So i picked a cleft that i liked the look and weight of, the cleft was quite light so got some additional tweaks done to the profile.

Made the bat full profile as it has some concaving to get the weight back up plus any spare weight i decided to elongate the middle up the bat to improve the pick up even more.
I asked for 2 grips and an oval handle which feels great, the finishing is a notch up from my my previous one. All in all a good day out with a cracking bat.

The pick up is unreal for a bat that weighs 2.13 picks up better than my Finch.
Here are the pics



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Re: New Bat and Refurb
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2017, 12:51:43 PM »

Both slightly shorter blades? They look decent!
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Re: New Bat and Refurb
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2017, 01:03:45 PM »

Both slightly shorter blades? They look decent!

Both full size as far as i'm aware.

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