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Battlefield 4 FN57


Battlefield 4 FN57 Five SevenThe Battlefield 4 FN57 (or FN Five-seven) is a pistol that can be unlocked and used by any faction in multiplayer. The FN57 in Battlefield 4 is a great alternative to the starting guns, such as the M9, the MP443, and the Chinese QSZ-92. The FN57 fires a special 5.7x28mm cartridge, which is the same one used in the P90 submachine gun. Because of the special bullet, the FN57 has greater range and accuracy than other pistols in the game. The FN57 appears in the series for the very first time in Battlefield 4.

Battlefield 4 FN57 stats

Compared to similar pistols, the Battlefield 4 FN57 deals more damage at longer ranges, but suffers from decreased damage in close ranges. The high-speed bullet can even penetrate some armor.

  • Min Damage: 18
  • Max Damage: 22
  • Ammo capacity: 20 rounds
  • Firing rate: 350 RPM
  • Reload time: 2.5 seconds
  • Bullet velocity: 410 m/s
  • Ammunition: .22 caliber (5.7x28mm)

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Battlefield 4 FN57 in real life
Real life Battlefield 4 FN57

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  1. Berkinster
    September 12th, 2013 at 3:01 am

    best accurate pistol in the world

    • Spencer
      June 25th, 2015 at 11:18 pm

      Not even close bud. You’ve got a lot to learn.

  2. Rellik
    September 27th, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    I started playing battlefied from BF2 and ever since I wished for this weapon, it was my favourite on CS

  3. Nate
    November 16th, 2013 at 11:36 am

    Why does it say it shoots a .22??

    • Ryan
      November 17th, 2013 at 3:20 pm

      It says that it shoots a .22 for one of two reasons. Either the person doesn’t know what they are talking about or it is a 1911 nut who scoffs at the “small” round.

      In reality, the 5.7×28 will do similar damage to a .45. The high speed of the round causes wound cavitation usually only seen in rifle wounds.

      • Jake
        November 20th, 2013 at 11:29 am

        also its is one of the most accurate military hand guns in the world with an effective range of nearly 200 meters

        • keith
          December 1st, 2013 at 2:28 am

          The five seven does fire a .22 caliber round. So does the m16/m4. Caliber refers to the diameter of the bullet itself not length or grain. Nor does it refer to the grain count of the powder. The 5.7×28 is a very effective round from what I’ve seen. you guys should look at the 22 tcm round as well, very cool cartridge.

          • zippy
            December 11th, 2013 at 6:48 pm

            It fires the exact same round as the FN P90, literally.

            This round has armor penetration built into it and is one reason a lot of criminals are using it in the U.S. This is another reason why it could be banned from the U.S. sooner or later. That being said if you actually wanted to own one they’re $1,000 +expensive ammo.

    • Mat
      April 6th, 2014 at 12:04 am

      5.7 is a .224 round… which is a .22. I have a Fiveseven and to reload it, you buy .224/.22 bullets.

    • Justin
      November 18th, 2014 at 7:29 pm

      It does shoot a .22. The bullet is actually the same diameter as a .223. The bullet length is long and unbalanced, which makes it tumble head over tail once it hits tissue. The 5.7 round is known to leave a wider permanent wound cavity than a .45 though the kinetic energy is much lower. I have a PS90 and know the 5.7×28 well. It’s a great round but needs more weapons to be shoot from.

    • Tony
      May 23rd, 2016 at 10:08 am

      .22 inches = 5.7 mm…..more or less

  4. Scott
    December 22nd, 2013 at 11:14 pm

    okay@ssjacks here it is. The five seven is technically a .224 round and the m16/m4 round is a .223. But there is a difference between pistol and rifle rounds. Think about the fact that a desert eagle .50ae and a .50bmg cartridge are both considered “50 cal.”

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