Late Breaking News: ATF out of control! pic.twitter.com/dymMEDLVv8
— Dudley Brown (@dudleywbrown) October 13, 2023
When the ATF targeted Rare Breed Triggers in 2021, makers of forced-reset triggers that ATF had magically designated as machine guns, they scooped up the company’s customer list. That’s given them the ability to go around the country confiscating the triggers from people who lawfully purchased them before the agency waived its regulatory wand and reclassified them.
In the mean time, the National Association for Gun Rights, along with Rare Breed and others sued ATF in federal court to block the reclassification. Earlier this week, a federal District Court Judge issued an injunction blocking ATF enforcement of its FRT ban against NAGR, its members, Texas Gun Rights and its members, and Rare Breed.
NAGR honcho Dudley Brown has tweeted (above) that ATF informed a NAGR member in West Virginia that they intended to pay him a visit and confiscate his forced reset trigger. NAGR’s attorneys then informed the DOJ that the targeted individual is a NAGR member and there’s an injunction blocking them from doing that.