The MPA BA PMR Pro Rifle II (Precision Match Rifle) is designed specifically for the Production Class requirements of the PRS with the price threshold for the 2021 season of $2,500.

Comer, Ga. (July 2021) – MasterPiece Arms (MPA), manufacturers of the MPA BA Rifles and Chassis Systems, has specifically designed its new MPA BA PMR Pro Rifle II (Product Match Rifle) to meet the Production Class requirements of the 2021 Precision Rifle Series (PRS) competition season. This rifle has been approved for use within this division of the PRS and includes many competition-related features while staying under the price threshold of $2,500 for this class. It is available in either a Black or Tungsten Cerakote® finish and has a ½ MOA accuracy guarantee.  The PMR Pro Rifle II now includes the Trigger Tech Diamond Trigger that features a 4 oz. – 2 lbs. pull weight range.

The MPA BA PMR Pro Rifle II utilizes the MPA BA Competition Chassis, which is machined on MPA’s CNC Horizontal Machining Centers to exacting tolerances from 6061 aluminum. The v-bedding system provides additional clearance for glass bedding action and straight section of the barrel. The chassis also includes a built-in inclinometer, thread protector (no muzzle brake), thumb notch, lower mounted Picatinny Rail, 20 MOA Scope Rail, EVG Grip, Ultra Bag Rider, V4 Spigot Mount, and is R.A.T. System compatible. The MPA Buttstock comes with an adjustable cheek riser and length of pull that is locked in position with a series of set screws that are embedded into the buttstock body. If the customer would like to add a muzzle brake to this rifle, it can be added as an accessory and it will not affect the Production Class status. Muzzle brake options for the MPA BA PMR Pro Rifle II include the MPA Premium Bolt Action Muzzle Brake 6.5mm and the MPA Premium Bolt Action Muzzle Brake 30 Cal.

The MPA BA PMR Pro Rifle II includes a Lothar Walther hand-lapped 416R Stainless Premium Barrel Blank with a polished barrel finish. The chamber is indicated within 0.0001” or less to the bore of the rifle and is bore and land inspected on a video borescope.

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