JP Enterprises Armageddon Revolution Roller Trigger FCG Package for your Small pin AR15 or AR10
JP Fire Control Package - Swappable Trigger Weight Roller Trigger
Our complete Fire Control Package includes our entire line of fire control products developed and perfect over the last twenty years. The result is a refined, fully customizable trigger setup with mission-specific versatility. With a quick and easy installation, you'll achieve all the benefits of a trigger module with none of the drawbacks.
This component trigger package provides a customizable trigger setup in only 15-20 minutes. It also features our interchangeable shoe design to allow customization and easy swapping of trigger down the road.
Package includes trigger with adjustment screws, adjustable disconnector, JP Speed Hammer, JP Anti-Walk Pins, JP Adjustable/Reversible Selector, trigger spring, two hammer springs, wrenches, thread locker and instruction manual.
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.
- Fully customizable fire control system for any application
- Compatible with Mil-spec platform
- Multiple adjustments ensure a perfect fit in even out-of-spec receivers
- Quick and easy installation with no gunsmithing required
- Reduced lock time
- Perfect safety function regardless of receiver hole placement
- Precise relationship between fire control components with no slop
- Easily interchangeable trigger shoes
Spring Selection Guide:
The yellow/yellow combination may be used for competition and various recreational applications with hand loads or domestic-manufactured, non-military ammunition. It will result in a release weight in the 3.0-3.5 lb. range on most receivers.
Enhanced Ignition Reliability
The yellow trigger spring combined with the red hammer spring will yield a release weight of 3.5-4.0 lbs. on most receivers and offers increased reliability for (5.56 NATO) or foreign-manufactured ammo with low sensitivity primers. The yellow-red springs must be used for any large-frame AR installation to ensure 100% ignition reliability. This is also the minimum acceptable combination for tactical duty (LE) installations and should be used only with domestic-manufactured ammo in this application.
The tactical spring set includes a full powers (grey) hammer spring (purchased separately) and yellow trigger spring. It may be required for agencies that mandate a trigger release weight of over 4 lbs. This set up also insures 100% ignition reliability on both AR-15 and AR-10 type rifles.
To meet NRA Service Rifle Competition rules of a 4.5 lb. release weight, the CMP spring set (purchased separately) includes the full-power hammer spring and a custom trigger return spring, which will allow you to tune to a release weight just over 4.5 pounds to lift the NRA weights.
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.