The Revolution continues the POF tradition of Relentless Reliability and American innovation. The Revolution is POF-USA’s .308 battle rifle that handles like a 5.56 – because it’s the same size and weight as one. The Revolution features many 5.56 parts; such as charging handle, bolt carrier, roller cam pin, buffer, heat-sink barrel nut, handguard, and 5-position gas piston operating system. The barrel extension, bolt assembly, upper, and lower receiver are the exact same size as those on an AR15. This is truly an AR15 that shoots in .308!

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16 Responses to “2018 RIFLE OF THE YEAR: The Revolution”

January 21, 2018 at 11:38 am, Lonney Head said:

I love the new POF Revolution that I purchased from you last December through my FFL dealer. I have been struggling to figure out the best compact variable power optics to put on it for deer hunting out to 600 yards. After looking at all the reviews and options, I am still stumbling around. I purchased this for self protection as needed (with red dot) and would like to extend the range for a practical, compact hunting gun taking full advantage of the .308 cartridge. Would you please let me know what you think and what other customers may have found that work best? I sincerely, appreciate it.


February 11, 2018 at 5:33 pm, Steven said:

Yo, I am no expert but I would say look into something like the Vortex Strike Eagle, it is 1x-6x zoom, the reticule is allways there and can be lit up in I think it is 15 levels with 3 night vision capable so its a red dot / scope. I got one and I love it, I said bye bye to my red dot after using this thing.
It is quite affordable for as good as an optic as it is in my opinion.
The marks for ranges on the reticule are for a 5.56 but I am sure it won’t be a problem. They make one that is 1x-8x now too I see.
One thing to note is that when I got this sight it came with a ‘PEPR’ mount, and on my P415 upper this mount is too high because of the thicker receiver on this gun, and since the Revolution appears to have the same style receiver I would imagine you will need to get lower 30mm rings for it, I use the Burris Xtreme Tactical Medium hight 30mm rings. This thing an’t going anywhere if mounted properly.
Also before you say
“O ill just get a cheep Bushnell one of those” I compared the 2 and believe me… the Vortex is soo worth the extra$$. Hope my exp helps you.


February 04, 2018 at 12:52 pm, Frank J Grillo said:

Im very interested in 7.62 revoloution. Tombstone tact. Is my retailer of choice. Is it available with a 20in. Bbl.


April 20, 2018 at 9:37 am, John Cart said:

> I too would like one of these with a 20″ barrel. Are they available? If not, please consider it.


February 10, 2018 at 11:25 pm, Sarcastic1 said:


I’m not sure what your budget range is. There are obviously a lot of scopes that will cost you almost as much as or more than, your rifle. If you’re looking for good, but budget conscious solutions, I might suggest the Vortex brand optics, and also would say to take a look at scopes like the Nikon M-308. Just an idea or starting place perhaps.


March 08, 2018 at 3:49 am, Kelly McElhattan said:

Scope good, but I want iron sight too
Which iron sight brand is best for this rifle? Want with a fold down iron sight too if any? ? Thanks
Kelly McElhattan


March 08, 2018 at 10:13 am, Katie DeSomma said:

We would recommend the Diamond head Iron Sight!


September 17, 2018 at 4:06 pm, Kelly McElhattan said:

> Thanks
I got the Diamond head iron sights
It perfect !!
Kelly McElhattan


March 11, 2018 at 3:39 pm, Maihiti (PIVOT) Anu said:

I just got my revolution yesterday 3/10/18, I’m sick of my armalite (AR-10) always breaking down and iv never felt properly armed with an AR-15. SO THE REVOLUTION IS A REVELATION FOR ME. Im convinced that nowhere in the future of mankind would any gun company “EVER” go into full production of a 308 AR-15. And if they did it would be built like every other watered down A R, expensive or not !
The REVOLUTION is a hot rodded AMERICAN rifle built with meticulous detail that no other company could even phantom opening the door to ! – Maihiti ( PIVOT) anu,…….LOYAL PATRIOT! GOD BLESS TRUMP!


March 17, 2018 at 4:10 am, Tom said:

I’m considering this rifle but I’m worry a bit about the recoil of a .308 in a small lightweight AR-15 frame. In rifles like SCAR the .308 recoil has been handled well so people can use this gun even on the move . But in here there is an AR-15 platform. So could you tell me how the recoil looks like and has been handled in this rifle ? Do you need a lot of muscle strength to handle this rifle and to shoot accurately ?


March 20, 2018 at 2:12 pm, TRB-H said:

Here is a video of Danyela D’Angelo, the 14 year old sub 100 pound girl wonder of the POF shooting team shooting the Revolution.
As you can see, you don’t have to be Mr. Muscle to handle the recoil on the Revolution whatsoever. Everyone who shoots the Revolution comments on how feels like a slightly over-gassed .223 AR-15 rifle. We have been able to accomplish this by reducing the weight of the bolt carrier group, having a straight line piston system with little to no moving mass in it as well, and having an oversized muzzle brake on the front, along with a few other pieces of Patriot Magic built in. From my own experience it is actually less recoil than the SCAR-17.


April 19, 2018 at 5:05 pm, Patrick S said:

> It does not kick all that much. Maybe a bit more than an ar15 but it’s super controllable. I love mine


August 06, 2018 at 11:13 am, Howard Dunn said:

Hi, Just wanted to know if there are plans to offer the Revolution model in either 18.5″ or 20″ barrel lengths?
If there are, please provide a specific model #, than can be used to place orders with local FFL’s.
Thank You!


August 16, 2018 at 1:12 pm, TRB-H said:

There are currently still some limited edition 18.5” barrel Revolution rifles available through Central Florida Gun and Tactical, we may or may not offer another round of these in the future, so I would reach out and place one on order ASAP!


September 06, 2018 at 8:56 am, Dave said:

I was very skeptical about this rifle now. I’m selling my SCAR 17! The Revolution weighs less has less recoil and is more accurate! I have ran with a suppressor as well and the NP3 helps with clean up. The rifle does like 168 gr ammo from a 4x I’m able to get 1” groups all day. With a larger scope I have no doubt my groups could be better.


January 23, 2019 at 5:29 pm, Craig. Million said:

I was lucky to get one of the last 18.5″ Revolution before Christmas. My friend finally fount the second to last in stock and got his just before Christmas also.
We both love the rifle, and know there may be a lot more people out there that would like to see POF keep the 18.5″ and 20″ as a stock item on your website. We heard it was a promotional offering to see what kind of response you received.
Looks like most if not all were bought before the end of 2018.
I am just now getting my new scope set and looks like it will be less than 1″ MOA.
Can’t wait to put another 100 rounds through it, (Only put 80 rounds so far). The 168 Hornady ran great through it.

Keep up the good work.


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