MasterPiece Arms has released the new Protector II Pistol. The Protector pistols are pocket guns chambered in .380 ACP, and the new Protector II has several upgrades that include a beavertail to eliminate slide bite, and improved ergonomics.
The ergonomics of the Protector II have been further altered from the original Protector series. According to the company, the added serrations on the steel slide increase the positivity of a shooter’s grip on the slide. MasterPiece arms has also ported the barrel to reduce felt recoil, which makes the small firearm more comfortable to shoot.
The Protector II series is a straight blowback design, there is a trigger bar connecting the trigger and the hammer that moves and releases the hammer.
MSRP for the MPA Protector II starts at $350.95.
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