Urgent Update: The ATF Adds the Hellfire Trigger to Their Most Wanted List
Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, discusses some very recent developments as it relates to a Colorado based company, Firequest, and the recent legal issues they are having with the ATF in regards to their Hellfire Gen 2 and Hellfire Gen 2 AR trigger systems. This system, which is actually installed in the pistol grip itself, uses magnets to assist in increasing the rate of fire. However, the manufacturer was recently served with a cease and desist order from ATF and one of their distribution centers in Arkansas was raided and hundreds of items were confiscated. WGL learned of this through private phone conversation with a company representative where the cease and desist letter was received only yesterday.
What does this mean for many more lawful and responsible gun owners? Is this a repeat of the Rare Breed FRT? Learn more and arm yourself with education today.
Hellfire Stealth AR. https://www.firequest.com/HEG3X.html
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26 W.S.C. Sec. 5845. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/5845
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