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By Bat Digest
Updated August 27, 2023
Our hitters loved the tapered handle and the big barrel. The feel was as good as any single piece bat they've swung to date, and the textured grip felt big league.
Although not inexpensive, the Warstic Bonesaber is a standout bat in a field of 'meh.' The single-piece aluminum BBCOR field is as stale as rocks. Although bats like the Omaha, 5150, Solo, and Alpha have very little to contrast, the Bonesaber is a bat that makes you pay attention. The bat is for the serious player that likes the stiff feel of a single piece aluminum and wants a wood-like feeling in the handle. Big and elite hitters will love the Warstic Bonesaber. Our only major complaint is the price point. At $329 for a single piece of aluminum, it is asking a lot. Of course, the tapered knob is unique and proprietary. But, when comparing a $199 bat in its class (like the Omaha), it will be difficult to convince most the $100+ extra is worth it. If it is for you is a question we just can't answer.
The 2020 version of the Bonesaber is the first iteration of the bat. Warstic did release the BBCOR version before the USSSA versions, but they are mostly the same bat with the same colorway and tapered knob design.
As we stated above, the 2020 Warstic Bonesaber is a single-piece aluminum bat with a balanced swing weight. The bat's most unique feature is the tapered grip.