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MPAR 556 Pistol

MPA 556 pistol

Update: I would caution everyone to watch the video review of the MPAR-556 Gen II from Full30. The gun looks like it has some problems, and I would be uneasy spending my money on one of these.

MasterPiece Arms announced the addition of a AR-type pistol to the company line up.  The new MPAR 556 pistol is not-surprisingly based on the company’s MPAR 556 rifle.  It is chambered for the 5.56 NATO cartridge and will also fire the .223 Remington.

The pistol retains many of the same features found on the rifle version of the gun.  For example, the MPAR 556 pistol uses a self-regulating, short stroke piston system.  This means that the pistol version of this gun does not have a buffer tube sticking out of the back of the gun, which is typical with many AR-type pistols.  It also means, in theory, that the gun will run cooler and cleaner than a direct gas impingement system.