Comer, Ga. – With the 2018 precision and long range shooting competitions coming to a close, MasterPiece Arms (MPA), manufacturers of the MPA BA Rifles and Chassis Systems, are proud to announce the MPA BA Chassis system took home more top awards and provided champion shooter, Jon Pynch with the winning platform for his 2018 National Rifle League Championship and Final Winner award.
Jon is also currently the number one rated shooter (300 points overall) within the Precision Rifle Series (PRS). Pynch won 3 out of 6 PRS bolt-action matches he participated in in 2018. Pynch lives in Oregon with his wife and two young sons. He runs a small landscaping business and can be found traveling to competitions around the country on weekends. He grew up around guns, starting with his trusty BB gun, and the passion grew. About 14 years ago, Pynch started to dabble in long range shooting from the hunting side. In the past few years, he has focused more on competition and continues to grow with this sport.
“Over the past couple of years, I’ve noticed it feels like the level of competition and the level of quality products are growing at an incredible rate,” Pynch explained. “One of the best things about MPA is that they are always at the cutting edge of innovations, and those innovations help me stay competitive in the dynamic world of precision rifle shooting.”
The MPA Competition Chassis, which was the number 1 utilized chassis in 2016 and 2017 PRS, is the rising star platform in the precision shooting world taking 69 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards in various matches across the country. What sets the MPA