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vintage bats
model length weight drop* handle handle type eras barrel barrel size & weight distribution
jt 35" -4 1 1/16" Thin straight 1850's - 1860's 2 1/4" Wall balanced, very versatile
fb 36" -2 1 1/8" Little thicker than the JT 1850's - 1860's 2 1/2" Slightly barrel weighted
df 35, 33.5, 31" -3 1 1/16" No knob, just flares up to end 1850's - 1860's Just over 2 3/8" Very balanced
mule 37" -3 just over 1 1/8" Long, slightly thicker 1850's - 1860's Just under 2 1/2" Surprisingly easy to swing
rb75 37" -1 just over 1 1/8" Long straight 1860's - 1870's Barely under 2 1/2" Feels as big as it is
ny model 36" -2 just over 1 1/8" Thin straight in to the knob mid 1870's Just under 2 1/2" Not a lot of handle or barrel but a whole lot in between
mutual bbc 37" -1 1 1/8" Very straight into the knob mid 1870's 2 1/2" Tapers all the way from knob up to end of barrel
aa84 34 1/2" +2 1 /13" Huge 1870's - 1880's 2 5/8" A lot of handle and barrel, plus everything in-between
burlingame 35" zero not quite 1 1/4" Thicker mid 1880's Just under 2 1/2" Very well balanced
aa87 37" +3 1 1/4" Fairly straight but still huge mid 1880's - 1890's Just over 2 5/8 You better be strong because it's heavy
mushroom 34" +1 1 1/4" Elongated knob 1906 Just over 2 1/4" Knob counter balanced long heavy barrel
ball balance 33" +1 1 1/4" Ball shaped knob 1904 2 1/4" Not much difference between handle & barrel
lajoie 36" +1   Thick handle, double knob 1909 2 3/8" Second knob forces you to choke up
r1 34" +1 just over 1 1/8" Steady transition to the barrel 1940's Almost 2 1/2"  
* Length of bat less weight drop equals approximate weight, in ounces, of bat. Heavier bats can be made when requested.
most popular: JT

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