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Are forced reset triggers actually legal and for how long?


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https://www.rarebreedtriggers.com/product/frt-15-br

They're currently in stock on the waitlist link above but I'm not sold on how they're legal. I've been emailing back and forth with manufacturer, my first hang up was the spring issues people were bitching about all over youtube but apparently that was fixed back in March and new triggers don't have the same thing going on with them.

I'm still left wondering how they are even legal and am looking for feedback.

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As the law currently sits, they are legal because they do require a separate pull of the trigger for each round fired. As far as how long, who knows. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

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Bear in mind who is in the white house and BATF's  tendency to make their own rules. I don't expect these triggers to last long once they get on the radar. But who knows when the powers that be will notice them? 

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On 6/20/2021 at 2:09 PM, Grayfox54 said:

Bear in mind who is in the white house and BATF's  tendency to make their own rules. I don't expect these triggers to last long once they get on the radar. But who knows when the powers that be will notice them? 

Agree. Seems to be the same or similar principle as the bump stock.

Matter of time before the knock on the door.

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5 minutes ago, Grunt67 said:

Agree. Seems to be the same or similar principle as the bump stock.

Matter of time before the knock on the door.

I mean yeah, but no.  Bump stock ban got overturned, and even when it was still active, I'm unaware of a single knock from the million plus slidefire sold, are you?  The only arrest I heard about, the atf actually told the local prosecutor to release the guy because it wouldn't stand up

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2 hours ago, MemphisStuck said:

I mean yeah, but no.  Bump stock ban got overturned, and even when it was still active, I'm unaware of a single knock from the million plus slidefire sold, are you?  The only arrest I heard about, the atf actually told the local prosecutor to release the guy because it wouldn't stand up

I haven't kept up with the bump stock, except what was on the news. My wonder is how the current adm. will look at it.  Hopefully, not.

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Just now, Grunt67 said:

I haven't kept up with the bump stock, except what was on the news. My wonder is how the current adm. will look at it.  Hopefully, not.

agreed completely, current admin looks at 99% of stuff and we're all FUBAR

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22 minutes ago, alleycat72 said:

Well for cost plus $50 I'll order one for you so there's no paper trail. 😉

oh no, I already ordered one, don't care about paper trails haha.  Like I said, was never a single door knock from slidefire's customer records after the bumpstock ban, I don't play the paranoid game.

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Range report!  FIrst, they're back in stock on the waitlist link only (FRT-15 - Rare Breed Triggers), not the home page.  Second, tried it in a dd mk18 upper with a t3 buffer and it ran freaking insanely fast.  On an Aero m4 upper, seemed slower.  Not one issue, squeezed as hard as I could trying to replicate that issue from the youtube video and simply couldn't get it to anything except empty the mag.  D60 drained in under 5 seconds with both setups.  Whatever they modified on the trigger for these newer ones must have cleared the problem up---or the problem wasn't that big of a problem.  I happy as a pig in poo

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