SHOT 2013 Preview: MasterPiece Arms Suppressors

MasterPiece Arms Supressor

MasterPiece Arms, manufacturers of the MPA MAC Line of semi-auto submachine pistols and carbines, is introducing four additional sound suppressors to the existing line of .22 LR suppressors. MasterPiece Arms, a world-class manufacturing facility with over 39 CNC machines and a TS16949 Quality Control System, are the sole-source engineers and manufacturers of all of the MPA Sound Suppressors, which means no components are outsourced.

MasterPiece Arms Supressor
MasterPiece Arms Supressor

The 5.56mm/.223, .308/ 300aac Blackout (7.62), 9mm and .45 ACP sound suppressors are machined out of 304L stainless steel and finished with a high temp coating to minimize glare and provide a durable, protective finish. MasterPiece Arms sound suppressors all offer the user the lowest decibel reading on the MPA test equipment under the most ideal testing parameters providing for a comfortable sound experience.

Like all Masterpiece Arms products, the new sound suppressors are offered with MasterPiece Arms Lifetime Guarantee.

Calibers and Specifications

Model Caliber Overall Length   Diameter   Overall Weight   Attach
5.56mm/.223 .223 6.86″ 1.5″ 21 oz. ½ x 28
300 .300/.308 7.45″ 1.5″ 27 oz. 5/8 x 24
9mm-m 9mm 6.5″ 1.375″ 12 oz. ¾ x 10
45-m .45 ACP 6.5″ 1.5″ 15 oz. 7/8 x 9
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