Pistol-caliber rifles are all the rage. Producing them has given small gun makers some time in the limelight.
MasterPiece Arms has introduced a new compact suppressor-ready rifle, the Georgia gun maker announced this week.
The 106 Precinct Anti-Crime unit announced the recovery of a “loaded Mac-11 submachine gun” this week that looks a lot like a MasterPiece Arms 9mm pistol.
A pistol used in a nightclub shooting that resulted in two dead and 12 injured has been traced back to a Florida woman, who lied about her address when buying the gun.
Due to constant customer requests, MasterPiece Arms is bringing back a “throwback” MPA pistol with a top charging handle at a very retro price point.
MasterPiece Arms is expanding on their new model Defender series with a 9mm Luger carbine that uses easy-to-find and inexpensive Glock-pattern magazines.
The idea of building rifles from scratch to order isn’t at all new, but MasterPiece Arms is doing it in a new way, and at unbeatable prices.
Based on their popular MAC-style pistols MasterPiece Arms’ newest MPA30DMG has a modular, machined grip that accepts Glock-pattern magazines.
It’s simple, and by some standards even crude, but MasterPiece builds them right, and that’s what’s important.
MasterPiece Arms, better known for their MPA MAC and MPAR firearms, is expanding their catalog of bolt-action to include 6mm and 6.5mm precision rifles.