MasterPiece Arms Introduces CZ 455 Chassis

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posted on March 20, 2017
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MasterPiece Arms heard many requests from customers inquiring about the possibility of producing a chassis system for the CZ-USA 455 rifle, so the company obliged. Its latest product is a BA Lite Chassis for the CZ 455.

"You called us, you emailed us, you wanted it and we listened. We're happy to say the MPA BA CZ-455 Chassis is here. We take pride in our handcrafted, American-built rifles, and to us, the CZ-455 chassis isn't just another chassis. It's a painstakingly created work of art. It's a masterpiece," said Phil Cashin, president of MasterPiece Arms.

The new chassis is machined from 6061 aluminum and features the company's unique pocketing system designed to reduce weight and increase structural integrity. The chassis features MPA's V-Bedding System, along with an A2 pistol grip, a lower Picatinny rail and multiple QD sling swivel locations. The chassis features an adjustable cheek riser, along with a length of pull adjustable from 13.5 to 14.75 inches.

Other features include a built-in bubble level, a machined thumb notch and mounting positions for monopods, spigot mounts and side rails. The recoil pad is also adjustable for height and cant adjustment.

The chassis weighs in at a total of 2.7 pounds without a recoil pad, and the company has Cerakote finish options available in black, burnt bronze, flat dark earth, gunmetal, marine red and tungsten. The suggested retail price on the chassis is $649.99, while custom Cerakote colors have an upcharge of $135.

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