Preview Review: JP Enterprises Armageddon Gear Revolution AR-15/AR-10 Trigger Upgrade Video

Here is the 3rd preview in our series of AR platform fire control group reviews, this time, for the JP Enterprises Armageddon Gear Revolution trigger group . Of all the […]

Here is the 3rd preview in our series of AR platform fire control group reviews, this time, for the JP Enterprises Armageddon Gear Revolution trigger group .

Of all the triggers in the review, this JPRifles.com Armageddon Gear Revolution trigger is the one that got our AR builder the most excited. Jason was intrigued by the Hiperfire triggers, which he has far less experience with, impressed with the Timney… but already has a few Timney triggers, so he knows what to expect from them. The JP trigger, however, he knew about, but had never shot one of the new roller trigger models. It is a good thing that we have several other great triggers in this AR Trigger review. Otherwise, I am sure we would have fights breaking out at the range over who gets to shoot with this lower.

JP Enterprises Armageddon Gear Revolution Trigger module

Product

  • JP Enterprises Armageddon gear Revolution Trigger
  • MSRP – 239.95$
  • Street price – $229.99 @ Primary Arms

Purpose

  • Designed for – Competition
  • Other uses? – recreational shooting

How acquired?

  • Manufacturer’s demo for review
Armageddon Gear Revolution Trigger module AR15 trigger review

Armageddon Gear Revolution AR15 trigger

Manufacturers key features

  • Perfect safety function regardless of hole position in your lower receiver
  • Match-level release that breaks like the proverbial glass rod at about 3.5 lbs

Build quality 

  • Excellent fit & finish, pre-assembled drop-in unit.

1st impressions 

  • High-end trigger group would be an understatement
  • The unique straight trigger with a polymer sleeve… what you might call a “roller trigger” is a really neat concept. Looks like any sideways torque the shooter might inadvertently put on the trigger should translate into rotation of the sleeve on the trigger shaft instead of lateral deflection of the rifle. So, it should allow for more accurate shooting, especially fast shooting.
  • John Paul has applied his years in the shooting industry to every aspect of this assembly and it shows.  The materials used, craftsmanship in the parts, no corners are cut with anything.
  • JP sent this lower already assembled. However, the trigger appears to be an easy DIY upgrade.

About Jeff

Jeff is the Editor in Chief of Gear Report and a National Shooting Sports Foundation Media member. He reports on the outdoor industry, reviews gear for camping, hiking, shooting, hunting, paddling, backpacking and other active pursuits. A USAF veteran, Jeff earned a MBA in Marketing and Health Services. He specializes in consultative selling and internet marketing. As the VP of BD & Marketing, Jeff provides sales and marketing leadership to MGECOM, Inc. and helps http://MGECOM.com acquire new clients in need of solutions for online merchants in need of Affiliate Marketing program management. Jeff founded and manages Cress Sales & Marketing LLC, offering online sales and marketing consulting and services to online merchants and service providers.