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Masterpiece Arms MPA 380

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TennJed, Jun 17, 2012.

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  1. TennJed

    TennJed Member

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    Does anyone have any info or experience with the Materpiece Arms MPA 380. The specs on it show that it is tiny, but my searches do not come up with much info. Also it is less than $300 so it is intriguing.
     
  2. Giterboosted

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    A friend of mine works there I'll see if I can get specs
     
  3. Kiln

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    A couple guys at a local store said that they were reliable but very uncomfortable to fire due to the compact size.
     
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    the newer mpa's are ported, which tames them quite well.....gary
     
  5. PX15

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    FWIW:

    Most folks think the MPA guns are Seecamp clones, but I believe they are actually more "Autuga" clones.

    I did a bit of research some time back because I wanted to buy on to shoot "head to head" with my Seecamp LWS380, but AT THAT TIME they were having reliability problems.. Or that's what I found from reading the posts regarding the MPA guns on the various forums.

    Perhaps now the reliability problem is resolved, and if the new guns are ported, that's a good thing. Shooting my LWS380 is not for the timid.. :what:

    J.
     
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