defs the legend, iv had a few gray nicolls bats and nothing compares to the legend its light and has a huge middle
it depeds on weight of bat and many more things.but kookaboora is good one to bye
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i'd say gray nicolls seeing as ive got a puma bat and a gray nicolls
In my Opioin You should probably buy a Gray Nicolls because all of there bats are decent.You could just choose a Players bat because that has to be good.If you want to buy a good solid bat buy a Gray-Nicolls
Gray nicolls predator
When Andrew Strauss first came into the England team in the summer of 2004 he used the Gray Nicolls Powerbow. Nowadays, he still uses Gray Nicolls, but now he uses the Predator model.
listen up what I prefer you buying is sg or gray nicolls .because I bought a kookaburra blade prodigy 40 which costed 1599 1.5 yrs ago I disliked it for reasons its piece of willow is not so good because the bat starts getting heavier once old and the wood marks and burns and even the wood starts rottening .so do not buy kookaburra.the bats r good but he good ones r costly.then comes ss my brother purchased a ss bat about 7yrs ago for coaching the bat was good for rs 1999 the bat was good and is still there but it does not have a good sweet spot meaning it cannot generate too much power.gm has had some bad reviews for cheap ones even my friends told me that it is not good.now then gray nicolls and sg left.both r fantastic bats I haven't tried gray nicolls but it is good according to experts and has good edges nice swwet spot but I am not much concerned about the cheap ones around 1500 because ive got no idea it might turn out like my blade.however I checked some gray nicolls on flipkart and I liked a bat called gray nicolls quantum smasher for 1300 looks great and is a Kashmir willow you could check it out.now comin to sg when m I bought kookaburra my friend bought sg boundary extreme it rocks good edge great stylish perfectly awesome and in you budget plus all sg bats have great edges and are for less I just admire sg bats.they r great.however even gray nicolls is good but you actually domtknow what it is as imported and even if it is worth the cost.this was my review and if I am going to buy a bat I will buy sg.thanks hope this helped.see ya
Gray Nicolls GN500 Pro Balanced bats were the 4 Scoop Version of the more popular Single Scoop GN100The bats were made from the mid to late 70's ,for about 10 years after which point Gray Nicolls went to a Twin Scoop "Megadrive".The 4 Scoop was used by Ian Chappell, and if you look at pics from the Early "World Series" games played in Australia in the late 70's, you will see some nice action shotsAlthough not as popular at the time, they are now highly prized on the collectibles market.
nowhere.... I've looked everywhere too
Some of the world-wide manufacturing brands of cricket bats are: Gray-nicholls Slazenger Gunn and Moore MRF Salix Woodworm Adidas Hunts County Kookabura Newbery Puma PSC Bas BDM Bradbury Ihsan SS SG Reebok