MasterPiece Arms (MPA), manufacturers of the MPA BA Rifles and Chassis Systems, announced its precision built bolt-action chassis’ have been used to help achieve top honors of five of the last 12 Precision Rifle Series (PRS) matches. The MPA BA Chassis has been used by David Preston to win the Carolina PRS Match, Defiance Long Range Shooting Experience (LRSE) and Rocky Mountain Mayhem PRS Match, Matt Brousseau to win the Bushnell Lonestar Challenge, and Matt Rooks to win the MPA Spring Shootout.
The MPA BA Chassis was recently surveyed to be the number one chassis/stock system used by PRS competitors in the PRS 2017 Finale Gear Survey, and experienced a 900 percent increase in use from 2016 to 2017.
MPA BA rifles and chassis are built by precision rifle shooters, for precision rifle shooters. MPA’s president, and active PRS shooter, Phil Cashin, finished in the top 100 in 2017 and qualified for the finale last year. Cashin is always testing out new ideas and tweaks in the matches he competes in, and continues to seek out feedback from other world class shooters.
The MPA BA Competition Chassis is designed to give shooters a competitive advantage when shooting in long range tactical rifle competitions, such as the PRS. Whether you’re increasing the accuracy capabilities of your existing action, adding tactical features to your rifle, or building a precision rifle for long range competitions, MPA’s chassis system is a platform is designed to exceed expectations.
For more information, visit www.masterpiecearms.com.