Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by edslhead, Feb 6, 2015.
Ordered the drop in , anyone tried these out yet?
I was watching a video on long range shooting the other day and the fellow was using a "roller trigger".
I saw one in use on the Outdoor Channel's NRA show. The guy that does the precision rife shooting segment talked about them and showed one in use! Said that he liked so much that he had installed one on each of his rifles. The triggers do not appear to be sponsors of the show. I definatly liked what I saw of them.
I don't know about that. It's the new shiny rock.
JP triggers are sweet. They have been around a while. I am ordering a trigger kit for my AR
I use their springs and tuned buffer springs.
But I built a 24" AR and had to swap the hammer spring for the original spring. The lighter JP spring was causing light primer strikes and every 4-5 rounds wouldn't fail to go off.
How much $$$ do they run?
$225 I think it was for the fancy roller
My question is what happens when the roller gets sticky and doesn't roll smoothly? Would that throw your concentrated fire off?
trigger kits are 119.00 Includes 3 different weight springs.
That's where I saw the trigger at. That was John Paul from JP doing the demo.
Got the trigger put in. Pulls right at 3lbs on my ultra accurate fishin scale. The roller is a bit looser than I would expect from JP . Has a good feel though , now to see how it shoots.
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