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Dirty South DNGR, KAMO BBCOR Bat Reviews

By Bat Digest

Updated November 17, 2022

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We hit with the Dirty South DNGR and KAMO BBCOR BBCOR Bats. We compared them to the Easton MAXUM as well as the Slugger Meta in head to head competitions. Results were similar in terms of exit speeds although the player preferred the 2020 Meta. As well, the DNGR and KAMO swing heavily for the sizes we tested them in. In fact, the KAMO was one of the heaviest swinging BBCOR bats we've yet swung in 32-inch BBCOR.
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For the Dirty South KAMO and DNGR the players loved the barrel size. These single-piece composite bats have some of the largest barrel profiles in the business. As well, the stiffer feel of a single piece gave good feedback.

General Recommendations

Unlike the MAXUM, which is also a single-piece composite bat, the KAMO and DNGR swing very heavy. So, if you are looking for a single piece composite bat but would like a real end load in BBCOR then the Dirty South line of BBCOR bats should do you well.

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Dirty South makes no bones about producing the same bat with different designs. The KAMO, DNGR, Sniper, and Dirt Demon are all the same bats. There isn't anything different between them other than the paint job. This isn't deceit because DSB is upfront about it. Do note, however, the USSSA and USA versions of the Dirty South Bats are not end-loaded bats like we found the BBCOR versions of the bats to be.

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