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There are a lot bats that have some composite or all composite. If you are looking for a good bat to buy that is composite, I would recommend a combat, they are 100% composite, so they have a really good pop, and they have a very long barrel which means the sweet spot is a lot bigger.
The composite bats have a trampoline like affect that give the ball more distance. Aluminum is more stiff and has less of a trampoline affect than a composite bat would.
Yes you can! Especially since it's aluminum... I recommend a composite bat though. Composite bats have way more pop than aluminum bats. I would recommend the cf3 or cf4 for a new bat. Or try the stealth!
I would recommend Louisville Slugger or Easton.
It depends on wheather you are looking for a composite or an aluminum bat. If you are looking at an aluminum bat, Stealth CNT's are a good choice. I just finished my last season with a small barrel bat, and i had the 2009 Stealth CNT. If it is a composite bat you are looking for then i would recommend a COMbat. However, be sure to take into account the player's size, weight, and skill. If you cant make contact with the ball, why does it matter what bat you use. :) Good Luck!
The state doesn't determine what types of bats are allowed. It is up to the city's league rules whether or not wooden bats are allowed. In my own opinion, any time aluminum or composite bats are allowed, I would be using one, because the BBCOR on an aluminum or composite bat is much higher than wood, and if I'm the only person using a wooden bat in the league, everybody else has an advantage over me.
It would be composite
composite combat to be specific
When materials are glued together the result is a composite. Two different materials with different attributes are put together to take advantage of their combined properties. The bi-metal piece in a thermostat is an example. Aluminum foil glued to fiberglass would give you a conductive path that is strong.
An aluminum nail that is less dense than the element aluminum would not be made of pure aluminum, but would have to be an alloy of aluminum and some other substance. If an aluminum nail is made of pure aluminum, it would have the same density as the "actual" element.
The aluminum bat would go farther than the wooden bat. It will go farther because the aluminum bat is much lighter than the wooden bat.