The National Association for Gun Rights, in conjunction with Rare Breed Triggers, is taking the ATF to court again — this time over forced-reset triggers
Earlier this month, the National Association for Gun Rights filed a lawsuit against the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives) over their illegal firearm trigger ban.
NAGR has joined forces with Rare Breed Triggers in this lawsuit and is using the previous appellate circuit ruling in the Northern District of Texas in Cargill v. Garland as grounds to prove forced-reset triggers are not machine guns.
Dudley Brown, President of the National Association for Gun Rights, said this of the lawsuit:
“They are harassing our friends at Rare Breed Triggers for making perfectly legal forced reset triggers (FRTs). They’ve seized merchandise, raided homes, and generally rained terror down on the heads of law-abiding gunowners. They’re even bringing up Rare Beed Triggers on civil charges in an attempt to run them out of business.”