Update on the Rare Breed FRT-15 Triggers Controversy from Attorney Marc J. Victor

Update on the Rare Breed FRT-15 Triggers Controversy from Attorney Marc J. Victor. Watch the original video here: Are FRT-15 Triggers Legal or Illegal?

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“For everyone who currently owns one of these triggers, I have discussed the issue with legal counsel for the ATF. Their current position is that these triggers are fully automatic weapons and cannot be possessed without the proper credentials. Their recommendation is to completely destroy the trigger so it is permanently inoperable. I recommend that, if you select this option, you take a picture of the destroyed trigger and keep it. ATF also encourages people to turn them into ATF as another option. I’m informed ATF is likely to contact people who have purchased these triggers. Again, I recommend you do not take any chances with your freedom. Do not talk with the ATF without an attorney present.”

https://www.atf.gov/firearms/docs/open-letter/all-ffls-mar-2022-open-letter-forced-reset-triggers-frts/download?fbclid=IwAR1RShyEwbA85_J-iw-WkDPM1cgd_EMOo0Ihhk9tAg9y0T-K8ozCq0_Wn5Q

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