What is ATF Operation Reticent Recall? What questions are ATF agents asking when going door to door? How does Operation Reticent recall implicate forced reset triggers (FRT) (considered machine guns) and solvent traps (considered suppressors)? How could the questions associated with Operation Reticent Recall lead to being charged with potentially many other crimes? Armed Attorneys Richard Hayes and Emily Taylor discuss the latest ATF action on FRTs and solvent traps and Operation Reticent Recall.
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