Posted March 16, 2017 9:00 am by Comments

By Tactical-Life

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masterpiece arms MPA BA CZ-455

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Photo by MasterPiece Arms

Photo by MasterPiece Arms

It’s time to get excited: Georgia-based MasterPiece Arms (MPA) has officially unveiled its new MPA BA CZ-455 Chassis. Developed in response to customer demand, the MPA BA CZ-455 is machined on the company’s CNC horizontal machining centers to exacting tolerances from 6061 aluminum, the press release says. MPA’s unique pocketing system reduces weight and increases the structural integrity of the chassis. With a weight of just 2.7 pounds with no recoil pad, the BA CZ-455 is an ideal platform for, you guessed it, the CZ-455 barreled action.

With the BA CZ-455, the end user has the ability to adjust the length of pull and cheek riser position. The shooter can also add side Picatinny rails or a night vision bridge, in addition to increasing the distance from the …Read the Rest

Source:: Tactical Life

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