Here is one Masterpiece Arms’s recent production MPA10T subgun type pistols chambered in .45 ACP caliber. The Ingram, the parent pistol, was invented in 1964 by Gordon Ingram and his Military Armament Corporations and variants of it saw service with Special Operations in Viet Nam and in domestic law enforcement applications in the United States and throughout the world. S.W. Daniel Company in Marietta Georgia began production of a semi-auto version in the late 1970s, but BATF stopped production in 1982 because the pistols fired from an open bolt and were too easy to convert. This variant follows current production M11 Closed Bolt pistols. It takes some strength to operate the bolt on this type pistol to begin with, so this is not a gun for the weak of hand. Manufacturer and warrantor is Masterpiece Arms of Comer, Georgia. Factory number is MPA10TCA, and this pistol was manufactured in 2014, its final year of production on this variant. Construction is entirely steel, except for the polymer backstrap grip piece and safety lever; and the anodized alloy dual slot short Picatinny rail forward of its trigger. Chambering is .45 ACP Caliber; each pistol comes with a new factory 30 shot all steel magazine, so 30 + 1 fully loaded capacity. This pistol accepts US M3 Grease Gun Magazines that are still plentiful throughout the country, and usually less than $30 apiece. Barrel is 7 inches overall length, with 4 inches of six groove right hand 1:16 rifling, and 3 more inches of permanently attached muzzle brake. The brake is what makes this variant unique. This pistol weighs 6 pounds 2 ounces. Overall length is 11 7/8 inches; and height is 9 inches with magazine inserted. Finish is military style matte blue. Sights, unlike the early models, is hood protected windage adjustable white outline alloy block rear, and SKS type elevation adjustable front white dot tipped. Each pistol comes in its factory hard shell lined case with inspection card, instruction manual, and factory flyer. This pistol is a discontinued variant that was legal, with certain modifications, in California until December of 2014 when California law stopped its importation in any form. MPA graciously sent us the parts to convert it back to standard configuration, and it is all brand new and all factory. An original transferable Ingram commands pricing in the 5 figure range. SWDs and Semi-Auto Ingrams have recently sold for upwards of $1,000 apiece. We're offering the M-10 type MPA10T in the photo or one of its identical mates, however, for only $ 419.00. 2% Discount if payment is with USPS Money Order & not Credit Card. Not transferable to civilian residents of Aurora IL, California, Chicago Cook County IL, Connecticut, District of Colombia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, or any other jurisdiction where Ingram, Cobray, SWD, Vulcan, MPA, or any 96 ounce pistols are prohibited or restricted to law enforcement only.
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