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Roller Trigger
General | FAQ

Armageddon Gear Revolution Trigger

One of the common trigger control issues that causes inconsistencies for the precision shooter is lateral force applied to the trigger upon release. Instead of the straight-back, linear release that would be optimal, this lateral force results in a certain degree of horizontal dispersion or the "pulled shots." So, when our friend Tom Fuller from Armageddon Gear approached us with his "roller trigger" idea, we saw the merit immediately and knew we needed to incorporate it into our AR fire control system. Attached to a modified version of our own trigger design with its improved sear geometry, the free-spinning roller of the Revolution Trigger auto-corrects for innate trigger control error by allowing your trigger finger to roll to a neutral position. Once you try it, you'll see exactly what we mean and why this is the future of trigger control.

In addition to new rifle builds, the Revolution roller trigger option is available in two forms. The EZ trigger package is our standard full match kit including the entire array of our fire control components along with the new roller trigger. Alternately, the Roller Trigger Replacement Kit includes the trigger and our best-selling fire control springs to allow easy replacement of the trigger in a standard M4 carbine with no adjustments needed.

Armageddon Arms Revolution Trigger
Fire Control Package
with Armageddon Gear Revolution Roller Trigger

.154 Small Pin Receivers
JPFC-RJP M4 Drop-In Trigger Replacement Kit
with Armageddon Gear Revolution Roller Trigger

.154 Small Pin Receivers

What's the purpose behind the roller trigger?

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.

Why should I get the full EZ kit instead of just the trigger?

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.

Related Products

- JP Fire Control System - JP Spring Kits