Rare Breed Triggers ATF
The ATF is Trying To Use After Market Trigger To Expand The Definition of A Machine Gun
Contrary to popular belief, the legal definition of a machine gun has nothing to do with how fast the gun can shoot but how many bullets are fired with one pull of the trigger.
The legal definition of a machine gun is Any weapon which shoots, is designed to shoot, or can be readily restored to shoot, automatically more than one shot without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger.
The definition of a machine gun is based on function and not the rate of fire because the shooter determines the rate of fire in a semi-auto gun and not the gun.
This means the ATF would be trying to regulate my trigger finger, and because they can’t do that, they’d come up with arbitrary numbers that make no sense.
But that’s not stopping the ATF from trying to change the definition of A machine Gun.
The ATF recently sent out a cease and desist letter to the Company Rare breed triggers to stop selling and making their after-market triggers.
The ATF is now considering their trigger a machine gun, even though their triggers mechanical function is semi-auto.
What you’re about to watch is a conversation between me and the President of Rare-breed Firearms about how they’re fighting back against the ATF’s tactics and what you can do to help.
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