You kept asking. And asking. And asking. So, we decided it was time to review a Moonshot bat. This is typically far out of our realm, however, we haven’t ever let you down yet, and we weren’t about to start. Our Moonshot tested well at 36″ and had a very consistent pop off of the barrel. Speaking of, the barrel, is HUGE. It’s a 2.75 inch barrel that seems to extent from the handle to eternity. As far as distance goes, we compared this bat with the Louisville C271 and the Nerf Swerve, and the results were as expected. A wiffle ball can only go so far. The maximum distance was fairly even, however, the consistency with which this maximum distance was reached was far more with the Moonshot. Overall, this bat is phenomenal…if you can afford it. As Casey puts it, “it turns singles into doubles, doubles into triples, and triples into homeruns.” If you happen to be in a competitive league and have an extra $200, this is the best bat we’ve tested. If your teammates all want to pitch in to get one, it’s probably worth your money. It’s difficult, however, to recommend this bat over the Louisville, or Blitzball bat, for the backyard user, simply because of the cost. Enjoy the video, and as usual, shoot us comments or questions and we’ll get back to you ASAP. Happy wiffling.