First Look: MasterPiece Arms MPA35DMG 9 mm Pistol with Arm Brace

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posted on May 14, 2020
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MasterPiece Arms (MPA) manufactures a diverse line of firearms, including the MPA BA Rifles and Chassis Systems. Now they are introducing a new 9 mm pistol in its Defender product line, the MPA35DMG 9 mm Pistol with arm brace. This new 9 mm pistol is based on MPA’s MPA30DMGl pistol and includes a fully machined aluminum pistol grip which accepts either 17-round or 33-round Glock magazines. The pistol also includes a handguard, side folder and KAK Shockwave 2.0 Arm Brace.

The arm brace on the  MPA35DMG Pistol can be used in either the folded or unfolded positions. In the folded position, the gun measures 16 inches long, while at full, unfolded length, it measures 23.75 inches. The pistol includes a side cocker, scope mount, adjustable front and rear sights, decal grip panels and a lower Picatinny rail for flashlight or laser systems. There is also a MPA short handguard, ergo grip hand stop and a barrel extension, along with an MPA polymer case to carry the pistol. The inner diameter of the handguard is 1.560 inches and is usable with any 9 mm suppressor that is 1.55 inches or less in diameter.

By using a KAK Shockwave 2.0 arm brace, this gun is not an SBR and requires no tax stamp and additional paperwork. The MasterPiece Arms MPA35DMG comes standard with a black Cerakote finish, and Tungsten, Burnt Bronze, Marine Red, NRA Blue, Sniper Green, and Gunmetal Cerakote finishes are available for an additional charge of $125.

MPA35DMG 9 mm Pistol with Arm Brace Specifications:
Caliber: 9 mm
Barrel Length: 5.5 inches
Barrel Threads: ½x28 tpi
Weight: 8 pounds
Accepts standard Glock-style high-capacity magazines (one 17-round magazine included)

MSRP for the MPA35DMG 9 mm pistol varies from $799 to $925, depending on the chosen finish. For more information on MasterPiece Arms and the rest of its product line of rifles, chassis systems and accessories, please visit masterpiecearms.com.

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