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MPA Announces 3 New .22 Defender Suppressors and Winners of their “Name tha

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by Outdoor Hub, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. Outdoor Hub

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    [​IMG]MasterPiece Arms, manufacturers of the MAC 10 inspired MPA Defender Series and the MPA Protector Series subcompact pistols, gave fans and customers the opportunity to name the first series of their new MPA .22 sound suppressors. The best name that followed in the MPA tradition of “Protector” and “Defender” product series names would win one of the first MPA 22 suppressors produced and designed entirely by MPA. The contest was to run through November 30, 2011, but due to overwhelming response, MPA alerted participants that the contest would close early on the 23rd of November. With over 280 entries, MPA set about reviewing the many impressive suggestions.

    “With so many great product names coming in for the new .22 aluminum K-baffle suppressor, we made a decision to go ahead and launch our two other new .22 suppressor designs,” Phil Cashin, President and CEO of Masterpiece Arms announced. “Now, we have three winners for these new suppressors entirely made by MPA and we are very proud to announce them: Vigilant (inspired by the submission Vigilance), Murmur and Sentinel. We had several contestants suggest the same name so any winners were the first to place their suggestion.”

    All three of the new .22 suppressors are completely made on Masterpiece Arms’ state-of-the-art CNC machinery, including a 5-axis vertical machining center for machining the exhaust ports. The units are designed to be fully serviced and cleaned by the user. A disassembly tool and instructions are included with every suppressor. The first of the three is the “Sentinel” named by winner Scott Wellman of Roanoke, VA. The Sentinel is a .22 suppressor in a K-baffle design with six baffles made from 7075 aircraft grade aluminum. The super-tight tolerances are held throughout the manufacturing process with respect to Total Indicated Runout (TIR) and concentricity of the outer tube to the front and rear cap. The K-baffles ensure a no point-of-impact shift. The front and rear caps, plus...


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  2. Victoriagotagun


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    I didn't know that MPA was making shotguns now. :tongueout:
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