- CNC machined aluminum alloy Seekins Precision licensed SBR8 keymod handguard, SP223 upper receiver, and SP223 lower receiver
- Seekins Precision selector, magazine release and bolt catch
- G&G front and rear adjustable flip-up sights included
- Stamped Seekins Precision trademarks
- Full length top rail provides vast amounts of real estate to mount optics and other accessories
- Ambidextrous Seekins Precision selector switch, ambidextrous sling plate, ambidextrous charging handle, and ergonomic motor grip
- Metal version 2 gearbox with 8mm bearings and a bearing spring guide
- G&G's inline wired G2 burst control MOSFET and electronic microswitch trigger contacts mate up to a 25,000 RPM motor
The wait was worth it! The Seekins Precision SP223 featuring a custom tuned G&G G2 gearbox raises the bar on "Out-of-the-Box Performance" in every way possible. The months of fine tuning by master technicians nets the rifle a snappy trigger response like nothing before it; the cyclic rate, on par with some of the finest custom tuned rifles; the accuracy, a testament to the "Precision" title this rifle carries. In the pursuit of performance befitting to the prestige of a Seekins product, the G2 gearbox boasts ultra-smooth 8mm bearings, full steel teeth piston, double O-ring aluminum nozzle and cylinder head, short stroked gear set, newly designed mosfet with precision tuned ETU, and a quick change spring guide all housed in a heavily reinforced, redesigned gearbox shell. Powering this finely crafted gearbox is a super torque 25,000 rpm neodymium magnet motor for consistent performance. Raising the bar further is G&G's fire cutoff system which stops the gun from dry-firing once a magazine has been emptied, further adding to the training aspect of this platform as well as giving the player a slight edge over standard AEG's by letting them know to reload. All of which is housed in a masterfully crafted CNC machined receiver and handguard set where the quality rivals even some of the best boutique aftermarket receivers; its fit and finish holds true to the standards set forth by EMG and Seekins Precision.
Seekins Precision is now one of the premier names in high quality, precision manufactured AR15 style rifles. Seekins Precision not only manufactures their flagship set of scope rings, their original product, but also CNC machine a wide variety of AR15 components, as well as their in-house built full rifles. When people want precision, their first stop is Seekins.
EMG has partnered with Seekins Precision and Airsoft manufacturing powerhouse G&G Armament to bring to the market, the first and only officially licensed Seekins Precision AR15 training AEG. EMG worked closely with the staff at Seekins to make sure that all the details, down to the finest markings were accurately reproduced in this full size AEG rifle. Like it's steel family member, the EMG Seekins receiver is CNC machined from a lightweight yet durable aluminum alloy, keeping weight down, but providing the user with the unmistakable feel of a Seekins Precision SP223 billet receiver. The forward portion of the EMG Seekins rifle features a perfect replica of the Seekins Precision SBR8 Keymod rail. Built 100% from the original blueprints, EMG's SBR8 rail is painstakingly machined from aluminum alloy to accurately reflect the weight and feel of the real thing.
The SP223 is beautiful to look at and it never fails to deliver on the field. Nothing less than the best will do when it comes to the internals powering this monster of an AEG. Internally the Seekins / EMG SP223 is powered by an EMG specified G&G Top Tech gearbox. EMG worked with G&G Armament to make their already deadly Top Tech gearbox into something fitting of its Seekins Precision clothing. The gearbox cradled inside the receiver features 8mm bearings, polycarbonate piston with steel teeth, 16AWG wires and redesigned bevel gear to reduce heat spikes, an electronic microswitch trigger switch with a shock absorbing leaf spring, and G&Gs excellent programmable burst control G2 MOSFET with micro speaker to indicate burst control setup. All of these features ensure that the EMG Seekins SP223 will destroy the competition anywhere it goes.Length:
880mm / 970mm AdjustableWeight:
4100g (9.04lbs)Inner Barrel:
90rd G2 midcap. Also compatible with standard Tokyo Marui spec M4 magazinesMuzzle Velocity:
370-400 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Thread Direction:
Ver 2 Full Metal with inline MOSFETMotor:
Long Type 25,000 RPMFire Modes:
9.6v Small Butterfly Type recommended (Battery not included. Wired to stock with small Tamiya connector)Hopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, ManualManufacturer:
FPS Range: 370-400
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.
Established in Taiwan in 1986, G&G has always been determined to make the highest quality Airsoft products. G&G continues to find new designs, better materials, and innovative systems to make our products stronger and more competitive. We always focus on customer's needs and we believe that a high-quality product is the best sales pitch.It is our continual goal that our customers can enjoy the best possible experience using our products, and we strive to deliver the best quality product as the key to our success.
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"I brought this in primarily to use the receiver set for a project I had in mind. The rail system is pretty long and in width feels a lot like an M16A2 handguard. The outer barrel is decently solid, but just looks terribly cheap owing to the rough external finish. This gun does not come with a steel flash hider despite what is pictured here.
The flip up sights are nicely done, as is the charging handle. I'm not a fan of the motor grip, which feels steep and cheap (like all CAA inspired products) or the crane stock, so those will be getting ditched. The buffer tube is solid and is threaded for a castle nut, though the Times New Roman font for the numbered positions kind of seems weird. Literally the best part of this gun is the receiver halves, which are very pretty and solid.
On the internals side, the G2 gearbox has a quick-change spring guide and some updated bits. The gearset and anti-reversal latch is the same as found in every other G&G Ver. 2 before it, but has had two teeth short stroked from the factory. It's a conventional 18.72:1 ratio which is paired with the 18 TPA IFRIT 25K motor. 8mm bearings are in place, which is a nice change from those terrible bronze colored bushings G&G has used for ages. Despite all this, the gun does not seem very zippy and the ROF is pretty average, albeit the semi-auto trigger response is somewhat crisper than most stock guns. The gears were decently shimmed out of the box, and I actually think the IFRIT sounds less whiney than the Krytac 30K motor when both are examined side by side.
The piston is also updated and is very CYMA-esque with a nice and beefy body and full metal rack that comes with the second to last tooth removed already. There is no AOE correction. For some reason G&G elected to use an unported piston head in this gearbox.
The cylinder head and air nozzle are new designs. Both are CNC machined, with the nozzle featuring double o-rings and measuring out at 21.20mm long. The rubber pad on the back of the cylinder head is quite thin and just locks into place via friction fit.
This version of the ETU has an empty magazine cutoff, which only works with the G&G mags as far as I know. If using another brand, it becomes almost a secondary 'safety' of sorts, as without a magazine in the gun it won't fire period.
Unfortunately, (and this is my biggest gripe) G&G went full Krytactarded and made some poor design decisions with the gearbox shell. There is some needless material near the ETU trigger that will have to be removed in order to fit a TITAN or Spectre. The more egregious affront is the spur gear area, which is senselessly built up. Modification to spurs will absolutely be necessary in order to fit any other gearset in this gun.
The hop up chamber is the new rotary style unit that's a good improvement over the old versions. It comes with the blue split nub style bucking that I'm still not a fan of. The inner barrel is actually made of brass, and not piece of chintzy aluminum tubing.
The gun shot decently with .28g's. On a .20g it was chronoing around 375 FPS, which seems a bit low and I would likely attribute this to a compression leak somewhere.
"Amazing rifle! I am a big fan of EMG rifles, and the performance of the Seekins with the G2 is by far my favorite.
If you are looking for something built externally and internally to perfection, the EMG Seekins is the way to go!
"Great gun over all
May have jus been mine. But the bb was still shooting high even on the lowest setting of hop
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