65BA Chassis Rifle $3,150
(I can’t find other products on website)
Serious shooters benefit most from small companies with design teams who are enthusiasts themselves. That is the case with Masterpiece Arms, and it is funny since they started making MAC-10s. But even going back to that gun, MPA took what is considered a classic mostly useless movie gun, and matured it into a practical and reliable pistol caliber carbine (with a brace) that actually takes Glock Mags.
Now MPA has become an evolution to competition rifles, 3/8ths MOA guaranteed competition rifles no less. Go figure. I think it’s just a group of guys having fun pushing the boundaries on guns with whatever they can think up and build, and doing a great job of it.
The first rifle in the video is the Masterpiece Arms MPA65BA in 6.5 Creedmore. It is built on their BA chassis system, and then you’ll see a smaller version of the BA chassis built for the CZ 755 rimfire rifle. I have reviewed those guns and gotten 1/4 MOA out of the box, with a wood stock, so you can easily imagine why MPA would make a chassis, rather than rimfire rifles with a more recognized name.
And the last product you may have seen here once before, when MPA first announced it. It is a folding chassis system that allows you to hide a suppressor in the buttstock. Holding it in my hands, the rifle said covert operator, not mall ninja, and though I’m not that scary guy myself, I could see how this could be a valuable asset in such a profession.
All of these guns are for the most part hand made one at a time to order, so if you want one, contact MPA to get in line. Main office in Comer, GA: (706)-395-7050