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MasTac Custom Pro
This is a standard 271 model. Thinner handle 15/16" with a slightly flared knob and a medium 2.48" barrel. Very Balanced.
This bat is based on the traditional C243 shape with a thin handle and big barrel. This model has an Extra large 2.5" barrel and a thinner handle with a large sweet spot. This model is very end heavy. 15/16" handle with 1 7/8" diameter knob.
This bat is a standard M110 with a medium barrel and a thicker handle for better bat control.
The B5 is made off of the i13 model for power hitters, features a thicker transition from the barrel to a Flared knob. End loaded With Weights from -1 to -2
Our i13 model features a thicker transition from the barrel to handle for a powerful, end-loaded feel with a large barrel & thin handle.
This is made off of the MT1 model. Thicker handle with a flared knob and a medium barrel 2.48. Very Balanced
This bat is a standard AP5. This model comes with a Slightly flared knob, medium handle, and large barrel.
The RA13 is a slightly endloaded bat and it pairs an A5 handle with a i13 barrel.
Puck knobs increase bat speed and allows to add more density to create more pop and exit velocity.
A puck knob is a one-inch extension added to the bottom of the bat's knob. The goal is to counterbalance the weight of the barrel by moving the balance point closer to the batter's hands.
We use a denser wood billet to produce puck knob bats, which increases the overall weight of the bat in comparison to a standard knob. The overall length of a puck knob bat will also be increased. For example, a 33" MP23 will have a total length of 34" including the puck knob, but it will swing lighter than a typical 33" bat with a traditional knob.