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Product Specs Specs
Chassis Weight – 5.2 lbs
Rifle Weight – 12.5 lbs (no mag or optic, 24″ Sendero Barrel Profile)
Barrel Twist – 1:8 (other twist rates available)
Barrel Length – 24″ Standard
Barrel Muzzle Thread – 5/8-24 TPI
Barrel Profile – Sendero Profile (others available)
Monopod – Included
Barrier Stop – Included
Front Bridge – Removable (Included)
Coating – Cerakote
Length of Pull – 13.75-15″
Trigger – Timney 510 (Calvin Elite or Rifle Basix, L1 or Lv1).
Trigger Pull – 1.5-4 lbs.

SKU#: LNG-MPA-65BA-RIFLE

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I'm gonna assume you've never held/shot both the MPA and the ruger precision. Cerakoted, machined aluminum vs plastic. 3/8th accuracy guarantee on every rifle vs magical groups from professional shooters. I'm inclined to lean towards the brand new Tesla S vs the two Toyota Prius since I'm shelling out the same money. In long range poker, 1 ace beats a pair of turds any day.

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+1 vote the Ruger precision rifle.
Tesla has way better quality showing looking, but not the MPA rifle.
For this $2700 "deal" or $3000 +MSRP, I'd rather throw in few hundrads more to get an Accuracy International.
Or maybe a Remington 700 tactical Chassis with $2900 MSRP is better than this MPA rifle.
The problem is MPA rifle does not have the features and out looking make people think it worth the money.
It is like a $1500 scope with super quality glass, super rugged build, FFP, but with plex reticle, 1 inch tube. I believe most long rage guys will go for less quality with more desirable features scope.

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I think I'd rather have two Ruger precision rifles for the price of this rifle. ..

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