Features Officially licensed by Barrett Firearms Specially designed stock focuses on improved ergonomics and reduced weight for an excellent shooting experience Lightened receiver with machined facets and deep engraved Barrett trademarks Featherweight "Zero Trigger" with an ultra-light 1.2lb trigger force Machined fluted bolt reduces weight and adds a unique, aggressive look Reinforced internal parts with a steel 90 degree piston catch and steel pinned cylinder Built-in 20mm optic rail for Picatinny and Weaver mounted optics Harris style bipod lugs at the front and rear of the rifle
Designed as an ultra-precise long range bolt-action rifle, the Barrett Fieldcraft pairs aggressive aesthetics with excellent precision in a lightweight package.
The Fieldcraft is one of Barretts newest releases, aimed for use in precision shooting applications. The Barrett Fieldcraft by EMG recreates the same details found on the real rifle, making this a great option for devoted Airsoft players, collectors, and enthusiasts. The stock features a smooth tapered shape at the front, a contoured grip section for increased ergonomics, a low-profile comb that centerlines the bolt, an integrated cheek rest in the rear of the stock, and a comfortable rubber butt pad at the end. The Fieldcraft rifle features a unique fluted CNC machined bolt for weight savings, as well as some added style. Several facets have been machines into rifle receiver in several key areas to shave down weight, making the Fieldcraft extremely light. To top it off, officially licensed Barrett trademarks are deep engraved into the side of the receiver giving this rifle a very authentic look and feel.
One of the biggest features of the EMG Barrett Fieldcraft is the pre-installed featherweight Zero Tigger. Measuring at just 1.2lbs of trigger force, the Fieldcraft has one of the lightest trigger pulls on the market today. To further add to the Fieldcraft's capability, a 6.03mm tightbore inner barrel comes pre-installed for improved accuracy. Match those features with the Fieldcraft's reinforced internal parts and you've got yourself a highly precise, accurate rifle that's ready for the field.
Manufacturer: EMG (Licensed by Barrett Firearms) FPS Range: 550-570 Color: Blackout Package: Gun Only Specifications: Length:
500mm 6.03mm Stainless Steel Tightbore
30rds. Works with Tokyo Marui compatible VSR-10 style Airsoft rifle magazines
Single shot, safety
High Power Spring Bolt Action. VSR-10 compatible
The EMG vision is to manufacture products the world has never seen before; products we would put our name on, and products that hit the spot! "EMG" (Evike Manufacturing Group) was spawned from the realization that if you want something done exactly the way you want it, you need to do it yourself, and we did just that.
We took our 16 years of knowledge as the market's lead retailer, our network of 300+ superior manufacturers, to work with inspiring top innovators in the firearms industry. That combined with the vision to invest into the Airsoft industry, an industry we believe in, EMG was born. About Barrett
Barrett is the leader in large caliber, long range precision rifles for the most demanding shooters on Earth.
Barrett is a family-owned and operated company and the world leader in large caliber, long distance, precision rifle design and manufacturing. Barrett products are used by civilians, sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 73 State Department approved countries around the world. A never-ending mission.More than thirty years ago, Ronnie Barrett built something no one thought possible - a shoulder-fired .50 caliber rifle so innovative, the Army itself would sing its praises. From sketching his designs at the dining room table to working with a local tool and die maker to create parts that didnt yet exist, every millimeter of the Model 82 was a direct result of Ronnies passion for the ultimate firearm. That obsession still fuels our company today. Headquartered in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Barrett is the world leader in large-caliber rifle design and manufacturing. Our products are used by civilian sport shooters, law enforcement agencies, the United States military and more than 73 State Department approved countries across the world. The Barrett Quality Management System (QMS) has received the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification for the design and manufacture of firearms, ammunition, integrated ballistics computers and accessories, and to provide training for those systems. No matter how successful we become, however, our story keeps evolving. Because, at Barrett, we dont believe in resting on our laurels. In fact, we take great pride in thinking outside the box and exploring ways to continue to improve. After all, if theres one thing our success has taught us, its this: Youre only as good as your last accomplishment. Its one thing to manufacture guns, and another to live and breathe them. Whether were carefully assembling our latest rifle, engineering scope rings that are stronger than ever or increasing the velocity and precision of the ammunition itself - were always working with one goal in mind: "There's always a better way." (Write a review) "Absolutely amazing sniper for the price point. I have been using it heavily for the past year and it is one of my favorite guns to play with. I've got an old gen one fusion engine p* I er-hopped and built up as a dmr and to be honest, I have more fun shooting my bolt then that. On the chrono it was about 525-527fps with .2 (about 2.5j) then with a .32 it was around 2.6j. The only real problem is with the bucking and barrel type. The barrel is amazingly accurate, but because it is a bridged vsr-10 barrel the bucking contact patch is WAY too small for any heavy bbs. Going from a .32g which was 2.6j to a .40g it dropped to 2.0j. To fix this I milled out the bridge to make it like normal vsr 10 barrel (not sure why they went this way in the first place), and put in a vsr-10 mr-hop bucking. After that the .40g were back in the 2.6j range. 10/10 would recommend to anyone. We tested the field craft against a ssg10 and the field craft out preformed the ssg10 in almost everyway with tighter groupings @250ft and the bolt and trigger pull are amazing compared to the ssg10 (field craft actually has a profound wall and break to the trigger). Only thing the ssg10 had over it was the body plastic construction, and parts availability. (The field craft does use some proprietary parts, its not 100% tm compatible) "Just getting into airsoft with my boys and bought on a whim. I am so glad I did. I am shooting .43g and easily hitting all targets around yard up to 50 yards. I had some spare good rifle glass Mk4 4-14, bipod and sling for it (overkill) but it is accurate enough to deserve it. My neighbor was laughing when saw it sitting on the tripod. It does take a strong steady pull to recock / reload. Donâ€™t be whimpy! Note: It does really dent / warp the aluminum can poppers they sell if shooting any closer than 35 yards. "I've had mine for about three months now and this thing is a beast. It caused a massive problem for one of the youtuber guys that participated in the CartCon1 Milsim I was at, and later, I destroyed three platoons when I was in overwatch getting about 30 kills in one sitting. When compared to other beginner rifles (such as the SSG10 or the Amoeba Striker) it performed outstandingly, beating them in range and accuracy with .32g bbs. I have ordered a couple of parts for it and looking forward to using this beauty in more games.
Feather Trigger, (About 1.4 lbs)
Fluted Bolt, (Shiny)
Accuracy is insane, (I can consistently place hits at 100yds from uphill)
Turns Heads, (Multiple people have asked me where I got it)
Hop-up, (The hop-up can really lift! I love the distinct clicks)
It's a Barrett
Horrible trigger guard design, (I tightened it down too much and it completely snapped off. Be careful when taking this gun apart that you don't tighten the back screw too tight and you should be fine!)
Trigger malfunctions, (This doesn't happen unless you take the gun apart and it's easily fixed by loosening the small hex screws that hold together the trigger box)
Bolt grinding, (When you tighten the long screw behind the magazine too much the bolt kinda scrapes on the end of it. Just make sure you don't over tighten)
Magazine compatibility, (Other magazines will work but you will need a pair of pliers to remove them. I recommend only buying the magazine designed for it)
NONE OF THESE ACTUALLY HURT THE GUN, BUT I RECOMMEND NOT TAKING IT APART UNLESS YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IT IS YOU'RE DOING!
Overall: This is an excellent sniper especially if you don't want to deal with the stupidity of other companies. (EVIKE ROCKS!!)
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS RIFLE!
(I've read a few reviews saying that it jams, but I've only had that happen when you rack the bolt twice... duh) Read More Reviews Write a Review