Brand New Barrett Fieldcraft Rifles Are Now Shipping

Barrett Fieldcraft Rifles
Barrett Fieldcraft Rifles
Barrett Firearms
Barrett Firearms Manufacturing, Inc.

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -(Ammoland.com)- Barrett is excited to announce that shipments of Fieldcraft rifles to distributors have begun.

This rifle is designed to be carried further on long days in the field and perform like a Barrett at that critical moment.

The stock is crafted from hand-laid carbon fiber to provide an ultra-light yet rigid platform for shooting from field positions.

The stainless steel actions are scaled for their specific caliber and fully hand bedded to the stock. This rigidity optimizes the accuracy of a lightweight rifle.

“Fieldcraft is the latest representation of our philosophy to build the highest performance rifles for every application,” says President Chris Barrett. “Even though we are known for making the world’s finest military-grade rifles, we love to hunt. Recently we introduced the Barrett Sovereign shotgun line, and now we have created the ultimate hunting rifle.”

Barrett Fieldcraft Rifles
Barrett Fieldcraft Rifles

The Barrett Fieldcraft is the perfect combination of ultra lightweight design and heavy-duty performance. Yet another example of how Barrett is going to greater lengths for the precision shooter.

 

About Barrett Firearms Manufacturing, Inc.

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. The Barrett Quality Management System (QMS) has received the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification by NQA for the design and manufacture of firearms, ammunition, integrated ballistics computers and accessories, and to provide training for those systems.

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    Matthew

    I have the Barrett Fieldcraft in 308 with the 18” barrel garunteed sub- Moa likes heavier bullets for the Sub- Moa 173 Gr. Bought mine off gunbroker $1,560 weighs in at 5 pounds nice crisp 3 lb timney trigger.

    Philly Joe
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    Philly Joe

    I went to the Barrett website. The rifle comes in most of the most popular calibers and it retails for $1,799. It took me about 30 sec. to get that information. You people are melting like snowflakes.

    Peaver Bogart
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    Peaver Bogart

    I went to their website and they said the Fieldcraft rifles were sold out. There was a short video and it quickly showed a rifle poster ad that looked like a Fieldcraft and a price of $3999.

    http://barrettfieldcraft.com/

    Viscount
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    Viscount

    Do I just tell Barrett the caliber that I want, or do the have specific chamberings?

    junior52
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    junior52

    $1800 msrp

    Jeff D.
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    Jeff D.

    @GR You hit the nail right on the head, and took the words right out of my mouth!! This is far from the first time this has happened and ammo land still DOES NOT GET IT!! What a waste of space. However, we have all learned that Barrett is making hunting rifles that will probably be way OVER PRICED just because it has BARRETT stamped on it somewhere just like Rock said. I could go to Barrett’s website but I’m sure I have something more important to do like take a s*** or something!

    GR
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    GR

    Not just this article but many on ammoland.com do not even include a link to the company or the pertinent information. I enjoy getting the daily email from ammoland.com, and it is of value to me, but it could be better still.

    SCdawg
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    SCdawg

    Wish the article would mention accuracy? Sub MOA?

    And calibers available?

    Rock
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    Rock

    No MSRP. Can count on them being WAY up there having BARRETT stamped on them.