MasterPiece Arms MPA20

MasterPiece Arms MPA20

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Retail Price: $761.00
Used Value: $494.65

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For many, some of the most memorable times in one’s life are those spent hunting with family and friends. For those moments, rifles like the MasterPiece Arms MPA20 Semi Auto Rifles are great to have.

Look no further, because nobody does value like Masterpiece Arms. Every Masterpiece Arms firearm is 100% American-made top to bottom, and quality checked for proper function. And, of course, they’re all backed by the Masterpiece Arms lifetime no-questions-asked guarantee.

 

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Tactical
Tactical

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Used Gun
Fair Market Range $701 - $731
Fair Market Price $716
MSRP $761.38
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    That's one cool pistolcarbine! Really like the fore grip.. they also make one in .460 Rowland.wow that's a crazy cartridge made from the .45acp, and that mpa .460 carbine is as powerful as an ak47!!. I need to see if the...y make one in 10mm...I love the 9mm!! but here in California we can't take advantage of the 15/30+ round mags..we are stuck at 10 rd max,. 10mm ammo is dropping in price big time, check out Mech Tech ccu carbine for your glock out 1911 lower...Another cool way to make a pistol carbine. Here in CA the laws discourage the idea for me of 9mm and 5.56, awesome rounds that are nato standardized ammo ....but a big perk for them is capacity...7.62x51 and 10mm seem better options if you take more of a designated marksman approach, make your shots count, be very accurate, since you don't have the luxury of taking 2/3 shots pertarget with fast follow ups as you do with 5.56 or 9mm more

    December 5, 2017
    Dane Endly