MasterPiece Arms MPA BA Lite Chassis

MasterPiece Arms

MasterPiece Arms announced the introduction of a new rifle chassis for customers who desire a lightweight platform. The new product is called the MasterPiece Arms MPA BA Lite Chassis.

The new chassis weighs 2.9 pounds, which is more than two pounds lighter than the company’s 5.2 pound standard MPA BA chassis. According to the company, they received customer requests for a lighter chassis that would be more appropriate for hunting and competitions where weight is an important factor.

Built into the chassis is the ability to adjust the length of pull and cheek height. A MasterPiece Arms monopod can be added to the buttstock for added stability. A bubble level is included as a standard item.

The chassis is machined 6061 aluminum for a balance of weight and durability. The new chassis is available for many different actions including, but not limited to:

  • Remington 700 short action
  • Remington 700 long action
  • Savage short action
  • Savage long action
  • Howa short action
  • Howa long action
  • Badger M2013
  • Mausingfield
  • Surgeon 591SA
  • Surgeon 1086LA
  • Tikka T3

The units should be available by the end of the month. The suggested retail price of the MPA BA Lite Chassis is $699 for the standard model with a solid Cerakote color. For the unit with a folding stock and a solid Cerakote color, the MSRP is $825.



Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • KK

    It’s a shame they didn’t use MLok slots for the lightening slots instead. I’m a little annoyed that companies are still using proprietary attachments instead of MLok or Keymod.

  • Lance

    No Ruger 77 or Winchester M-70…. Cheap!!!!!!!!!!

  • allannon

    I want one, but not enough to pay $700+ for it.

    Being a cheapass is a bummer when it comes to buying fun stuff sometimes. 🙂

  • sliversimpson

    $825?!