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I was ringing a man-sized silhouette with my MPX with 1x Vortex Spitfire and AAC Ti-Rant .45 today, at 200 yds!

I have been very happy with this gun. That is all.


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Wow. $1900 for mpx-k with arm brace on GunBroker. This price increase sucks.
 
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Does anyone know if a SilencerCo Omega will fit underneath the handguards of an MPX?


The 9k? Yes.


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Does anyone know if a SilencerCo Omega will fit underneath the handguards of an MPX?


The 9k? Yes.


And it looks just like this.



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Does anyone know if a SilencerCo Omega will fit underneath the handguards of an MPX?


The 9k? Yes.


And it looks just like this.



Nice setup!

If I may ask, is that an Aimpoint T2 RDS? If so, what mount are you using there?

Also, I see that you are not using any iron sights. Did you look at the co witness with the factory flip-up irons with the T2 and this mount?

Thanks in advance for sharing your experience!

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It's an Aimpoint Micro H-2
It's literally this.

I never tried the factory irons with it - I pulled those things off forever ago. I don't like how big and bulky they are.

On my to-do list is to get some 45 degree offsets for this thing. Something nice and low profile.


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I never tried the factory irons with it - I pulled those things off forever ago. I don't like how big and bulky they are.


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Does anyone know if a SilencerCo Omega will fit underneath the handguards of an MPX?


The 9k? Yes.


And it looks just like this.



Is the barrel cut on the MPX I assume and then direct thread?
 
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correct on both counts


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I remember a few people complaining of excessive wear inside the receiver, cam pin scratching/gouging. Mine had this issue and went back to the factory on Thursday. Anyone have a positive result of sending theirs?
 
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Received the MPX today. Gunsmith replaced upper with new receiver. Appears to have the same barrel and does have the same bolt carrier group. Comments on receipt stated "damaged was caused by the bolt carrier arm protruding, at one point must not have been locked in place though it was when I inspected it." Grammar issues aside, not sure if his assessment is the same as my assessment but I'm glad that they replaced the damaged part. New receiver has a very dull and rough finish compared to the original. Just need to reattach all the accessories and get to the range for a zero.
 
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Just thought I'd pop in and drop a picture of my MPX how it's currently set up.
I got the Osprey 45 to fit on it now, so I took some photos.
This one was my favorite.

I haven't shot it suppressed yet, but I will next time I make it out to the desert.



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Who makes the carbon fiber hand guard on your set-up?
 
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Who makes the carbon fiber hand guard on your set-up?


If I had to guess...

https://lancer-systems.com/awc...duct/mpx-handguards/


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Well, I guess Sig is going to be focused on the P320 fix for a while, there go my hopes for the 357 upper for the MPX...
 
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I never tried the factory irons with it - I pulled those things off forever ago. I don't like how big and bulky they are.


Sent you an email


I did the same thing with my factory irons, they aren't for me. Since it is just a range toy for me I'm fine with just having a red dot on it.
 
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Who makes the carbon fiber hand guard on your set-up?


If I had to guess...

https://lancer-systems.com/awc...duct/mpx-handguards/


Yep, lancer.


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Just got my Next Level Armament charging handle and lifter block. BIG improvement in the feel of the charging handle. The lifter block takes that up and down wobble out of the charging handle, and that gives a much more positive feel when charging the weapon. The charging handle itself works well too, it gives a good firm grip for blading or single palm charging.



 
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Can anyone confirm that the Barcelona Spain police on scene and on tv today- if they were carrying MPx's?


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After almost a year, I finally received my stamp for my Innovative Arms ported "integral suppressor". Also installed a BFS III as well. Pretty fun time at the range.





 
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