RMT Triggers: Nomad AR-15 Trigger
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Well this is interesting! The trigger shoe (AKA the part you put your finger on) on the RMT Triggers Nomad Trigger pivots freely. It rotates (yaws) and it swings left/right. At the same time, it has no rearward creep and provides a nice, crisp, 3-pound break. The idea here is that the trigger accommodates the shooter, rather than the other way around.

Whether it’s adjusting to the shooter due to physical stature or trigger position preference, or it’s adjusting due to shooting from various positions, the concept here appears to be encouraging natural trigger finger positioning.

I got my hands on a Nomad and will follow up with a full review soon. Right off the bat there’s no doubt that it has a clean break and a nice reset. I can also say that the pivoting trigger shoe isn’t a bother and doesn’t screw with my brain (I had some concerns), but I’ve only just started using it and can’t yet say whether I prefer it. TBD.

RMT Triggers: Nomad AR-15 Trigger

In the meantime, RMT Triggers’ press release on The Nomad Trigger follows:

RMT Triggers Unveils Flagship Drop-In AR-15 Trigger The Nomad

December 15, 2021 – Ogden Utah – Newcomer in the drop-in AR-15 trigger market, RMT Triggers announces the release of its flagship Nomad Trigger.

The Nomad Trigger offers one-of-a-kind Patented Pivot Technology to provide users with the most forgiving and precise trigger on the market. This new technology allows the trigger to adjust freely to the shooter’s natural position and minimize error through each individual trigger pull. The Nomad Trigger is engineered to move and index correctly every time, allowing the firearm to remain stable through a variety of shooting positions and trigger pulls. In short the trigger freely adjusts to the natural position of the shooter rather than the other way around. Besides the forgiving pivoting nature of the trigger, users will enjoy a very crisp 3lb pull, a short .017” reset and a lifetime warranty.

“Every rifle configuration or body position is going to change the natural position of your trigger finger. Proper training and trigger discipline can minimize this but having a trigger that passively adjusts to your natural flow is much more forgiving. This is especially important when you’re forced to shoot from awkward positions where perfection isn’t possible” said Mike Semanoff Marketing Director RMT Triggers.

RMT Triggers: Nomad AR-15 Trigger

The Nomad trigger is constructed from the finest materials found in the industry. The housing and trigger are both of anodized 7075 aluminum with 440c Stainless steel for key internal components, and S7 Tool Steel for maximum durability of the hammer itself. These components are machined to medical grade fit and finish to ensure a smooth, crisp, and consistent pull that you will come to expect every time.

● 6 degrees rotating and pivoting freedom
● No creep or grinding
● Set at 3 lbs from the factory (not adjustable)
● Only Weighs 2.2 oz!
● Extremely Short Positive Reset
● Lifetime Warranty

MSRP: $279.99

Website: www.rmttriggers.com

About RMT Triggers
RMT Trigger is revolutionizing the drop in trigger market with its patented pivot technology. RMT Trigger has many years of engineering experience driving it with the backbone coming from advanced medical engineering. RMT Trigger spared no expense in the design and function of this trigger, and has spent over 4 years in testing, R&D, and development of products. Our mission is to improve the accuracy of shooting sports enthusiasts no matter their ability, by simply dropping in the right tool.

Keep an eye out for my review in a couple/few weeks.

RMT Triggers: Nomad AR-15 Trigger


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    • Its a question. In the English language we use a ‘?’ (question mark) to indicate a question.

      • In American English, we also bring the audible tone up a bit at the end, to signify it’s a question. In other parts of the world where English is spoken, the speaker drops the tone at the end.

        FIFY. Well, kinda FIFY.

    • ya know, that question mark at the end of my question that some way or another confuses you enough to ask “Is that a question, or a statement?”

      • It is nothing more than a trigger with reduced pull and reset with the unique ability to move around and accommodate angles of finger placement. I can see this working well with 45 degree offset backup iron sights, etc

    • In my country we understand what question marks are, apparently they don’t in your country.

      Like the already existing and very obvious question mark that was at the end of my question? That question mark that some way or another confuses you enough to ask “Is that a question, or a statement?”.

      • Boog – I think the confusion is that your question mark isn’t visible in your post. This unfortunately provided the grammar Nazis opportunity to nitpick.

        • Its visible to me. Its after the word ‘gun’ – as in…

          Is this trigger like the Rare Breed trigger type the ATF wants to classify as a machine gun?

          You don’t see it?

      • Nope! “gun” is highlighted in blue as a hyperlink, and the question mark doesn’t appear. You’ve been victimized by a computer hiccup! BTW – I don’t see it in your reply, just above, either! Weird….

        • Oh wait, I got it maybe. Its maybe because ‘gun’ is automatically hyperlinked and there is no space between gun and the question mark ?

          So try this > gun ?

  1. Interesting concept, although I’d have to question just how much hand, and trigger finger, positioning differs between body and firearm positions. The hand is pretty much indexed by grasping the grip, so unless you’re in a really extreme position where you’re barely hanging onto the rifle, I don’t think you’d really see much change. Also, although the pivot allows the trigger to square off to the finger position, if you aren’t pulling straight back, there’s nothing the trigger can do about that.

    Nice looking, cool idea, but seems to fall into the solution looking for problem context. And not cheap, either.

  2. So, how much was the forged carbon-fiber selector switch?

    (Must be nice to have that kind of disposable income… 🙁 )

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