On Thursday the ATF sent a letter notifying FFL dealers in an open letter that some "forced reset triggers" (FRT) which allows guns to fire contiuniously with the single squeeze of a trigger are considered machineguns.
Here’s the text of the ATF’s letter . . .
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) recently examined devices commonly known as “forced reset triggers” (FRTs) and has determined that some of them are “firearms” and “machineguns” as defined in the National Firearms Act (NFA), and “machineguns” as defined in the Gun Control Act (GCA).
These particular FRTs are being marketed as replacement triggers for AR-type firearms. Unlike traditional triggers and binary triggers (sometimes referred to generally...