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Re: What makes Aussie made GN's so special/sought after.
« Reply #135 on: April 06, 2018, 08:19:01 AM »

I had a silver it was a not great but it was not really knocked in. The XXX9 i'm using is up there and potentially better than most bats i have used but only used it 3 times.

Also been using a Replica Warner with the word Replica engraved in which despite being 2/12 picks up a bit mentally. (It same as Smileys).

Fads on here they maybe but Mr Khranzbhuler and the team in Melbourne are hand crafting some very good bats.

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Re: What makes Aussie made GN's so special/sought after.
« Reply #136 on: April 08, 2018, 04:00:55 PM »

Also been using a Replica Warner with the word Replica engraved in which despite being 2/12 picks up a bit mentally. (It same as Smileys).

One of my replicas is one of the small batch that Kranzbuhler made for Mueleman. I am thinking about using it this season. 2-12/2-13 but picks up lighter. 2-12/2-13 is still a substantial (dead) weight. I have played long innings with 2-11 but 2-12/2-13 is a new experience.
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