Rare Breed Triggers is suing the ATF over a cease and desist order. The company claims that their forced reset trigger is not legally a machine gun. The owner of the company says “It’s not how fast the gun shoots, it’s how the gun shoots fast.” Judge for yourself:

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Brian_E · August 31, 2021 at 11:08 am

Fast? Yes. Much faster than most mortals could do – unless your name is Jerry Miculeck.

Does that make it a machine gun? NO.

SiG · August 31, 2021 at 11:57 am

It’s hard for me to imagine that the ATF didn’t review this trigger and decide it wasn’t a machine gun before they allowed it on the market. Don’t they review everything?

Michael Bane spent some time on this on his podcast in the last week or two. They probably expected the ATF to come after them if there was change at the agency and submitted their lawyer’s office as their mailing address. A lawyer very familiar with all the details.

But, as so many people have pointed out recently, Rule of Law is pretty much dead. You have the Supreme Court telling the Biden Admin that they can’t just tell landlords to not collect past-due rent payments not just once but twice. So Attorney General Merrick Garland still tries to keep it going.

Life WROL – without rule of law.

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