Yeah but don't they have to "dumb them down" by making sure they weigh as many ounces as they are inches long? At least for legal competitions like college and HS ball. Still though, only wooden bats (and golf clubs) are the real deal. The rest is just Star Wars bafoonery.T0land said:Plus I learned a bunch about modern baseball bats... Did you know they make them from carbon-fiber now?
Or, you can use a soft case, or pelican. Why do you need to be cool? Or if you don't look "cool" you might end up looking like a jacka$$tarugs said:Would appreciate if anybody can post their sig556 in tennis racquet bag. I don't play tennis, but this would be a cool way to carry 556 going to gun range
I suppose the idea may be a joke to some, but I'm actually in search of the perfect tennis case for performing the same purpose as a gun case. Call it an "inside joke", kinda like those pranksters of the 20's who carried their Thompsons in the violin case.tvchance said:Apparently, I'm missing the joke... God, I hope this is a joke! Anyway, I guess I'm not all that "cool." I'm using a soft carrying case by Ace; You know... A case made to carry a rifle?! Has plenty of storage for extra mag's & a cleaning kit.
There is nothing to it. Folks just don't want the attention that you get when you carry a tacticool "assault case." They're ok to fly under the radar and look like a racquetball player who is not bringing along anything of much value, just a sweaty, used racket in a case.bremo76 said:
Nothing worth arguing about here. Not sure why you're getting mad at those of us who want to carry the Sig in a tennis case. I don't own *any* rifle cases. For me, it's a "because I can" issue, for the 556.bremo76 said: