At SHOT Show 2018 MPA unveiled their new Hybrid chassis. The Hybrid is a cross between their bestselling Competition Chassis and their BA Lite Chassis. The most amazing part is MPA was able to produce a full-featured chassis under 3 pounds! While most rifle chassis are close to 5 pounds or more, this new product ...
MasterPiece Arms announced it was introducing a new long gun called the MPA 65BA-SL Bolt Action Rifle. The new MPA 65BA-SL Bolt Action Rifle uses the shooter’s choice of a MasterPiece Arms Tactical Aluminum Chassis or the company’s Competition Chassis. MasterPiece arms uses a Curtis Custom Axiom action. This action uses a three lug bolt with a […]
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MasterPiece Arms has designed a new precision shooting grip for their BA rifle chassis. The new grip is called EVG which stands for Enhanced Vertical Grip. As the name implies, the grip is vertical in relation to the bore axis. It also features a large palm swell and extended rests for the trigger finger and for […]
I recently surveyed the top 100+ shooters in the Precision Rifle Series (PRS), and this post reviews the gunsmiths those guys trusted to do work on their match rifles. For those not familiar with the PRS, it’s an organization that tracks how 2,000+ competitors place in major rifle matches across the country. PRS matches are ...
As a new owner of a CZ 455 bolt action rimfire rifle that I bought it specifically as a short range precision gun, I am ecstatic to see MasterPiece Arms come up with a dedicated chassis offering. Outfitted with the same features as it’s similar centerfire cousins, The MPA BA appears to be solid and […]
I’ve been really looking forward to this post, because there has been so much advancement in how we use stocks and chassis over the past year. More has changed on this front than any other. So I’m excited to dive into some of that in this post! I recently surveyed the top 100+ shooters in ...
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Call me a bit jaded, but after spending the last several years making a living both writing about firearms and working in the industry, sometimes it can be hard to get excited about something. That is not the case at all with the new MasterPiece Arms BA Compact Suppressor Ready Rifle. Naming the rifle BA […]
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MasterPiece Arms Wedge Lock system is a barricade stop device designed to be used with their bolt action rifle chassis.They’ve specially designed it to allow stabilizing the rifle on round barricades such as cattle gates, as well as on any other cylindrical surfaces. The system consists of two barrier stops each modified to have a […]
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Laughably Easy. That’s how I would describe hitting targets at 1000 yards with the MPA BA Lite PCR Competition Rifle, MasterPiece Arms’ new rifle for use in the production class of the Precision Rifle Series. I dialed in the trued data and pressed the trigger. Thanks to the low recoil of 6.5 Creedmoor, the scope […]
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MasterPiece Arms announced a new bolt action rifle designed to compete in the Production Class of the Precision Rifle Series. Called the MPA BA Lite PCR Competition Rifle, it draws on the company’s experience in manufacturing the MPA BA Lite and other rifles and rifle chassis designed for precision shooting. To make the qualification for […]
MasterPiece Arms announced the introduction of a new rifle chassis for customers who desire a lightweight platform. The new product is called the MasterPiece Arms MPA BA Lite Chassis. The new chassis weighs 2.9 pounds, which is more than two pounds lighter than the company’s 5.2 pound standard MPA BA chassis. According to the company, they received customer […]
(This is Part 2 of the TFB Rifle Weight Omnibus. You can read Part 1 here.) In October, I traveled out to see my co-writer Alex C. to collect data on the weights of different long guns and some of their components. Over that weekend, I weighed 58 rifles and submachine guns, and numerous magazines, bolts, […]
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