The roller trigger forces the shooter to roll to center on the trigger during operation. This eliminates any side vector that the shooter might inadvertently introduce to the rifle upon release. All pressure is now on bore axis where it needs to be. This assumes the shooter is using proper gas gun trigger technique. The trigger should sit in the crease of the first knuckle. It shouldn't be feathered with the pad of the finger as you would a bolt gun.
The EZ kit comes with our entire fire control package, including adjustable disconnector, adjustable selector, speed hammer, springs and anti-walk pins. The drop-in trigger is a non-adjustable trigger and springs only.
The actual trigger of the drop in kit has no adjustment and will yield perhaps 30% of what the full kit is capable of. The drop-in kit is not suitable to replace an existing JP trigger and will not yield a match-grade trigger setup.
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