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  1. Aimology

    Aimology New Member

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    I have the chance to get one of the below bats for free and Ive never swung any of them. all 2019 models

    Easton blue line
    Easton wegman
    Fire flex balance
    Fire flex endload
    Dirty money
    White widow

    anyone have recommendations?

    as far as what I like and swing the most it would be my Anarchy Demon or Harvey ( yes both ASA bats )

    DC-41 is eh
    DNA is eh

    I enjoy the Resmondo 2018 model
    The Cartel and Yeti are nice as well, but I rarely swing them
     
  2. saintrules

    saintrules Active Member

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    I only have experience with the Wegman and unless you have the time to break it in, I'd stay far away from it.

    Probably the stiffest bat I've ever had and I'm well into a thousand some hits on it and it's still like swinging a metal pole. Heard good things about the Blue Line on these forums.
     
  3. Aimology

    Aimology New Member

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    Blue Line is what Im leaning towards its the Police model
     
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  5. THESHOE

    THESHOE Starting Player

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    Closest to the Harvey are White Widow, and Dirty Money similar in feel but shorter barrel at 12.5" vs Widow and Harvey being 14".

    Fire Flex EL would be different in feel, but most similar Easton in terms of barrel size and sweet spot etc to Harvey.

    Blue line is 12" 2pc smaller barrel and sweet spot to all the above.

    Weggy is 1pc uber stiff, even smaller sweet spot to all the above and most stubborn to break in.







     
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  6. Aimology

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    thanks for the write up.

    says the blueline is basically a FF

    Whats the biggest difference between them, length and endload?
     
  7. THESHOE

    THESHOE Starting Player

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    Fire Flex EL is a 13.5" or 14" type big barrel and moderate EL (1/2oz or so feel)

    The Helmer Blueline is same composite tech but 12" barrel and same 1/2oz load feel. Composite wise, it is a Fire Flex. But it is a short barrel model.

    That's really the difference between the 2. Just like comparing a Worth Harvey to the Worth Branch models.

    No eastons really had pronounced huge full 1oz loads imo. The sledgiest to me was the Resmondo.




     
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  8. Aimology

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    Awesome, I went with the BL since I’ve been wanting to try a 12” anyways
     

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