Rare Breed Triggers Cancels Customers' Orders After "ATF Raided Vendor"


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Dec 13, 2006
Following a January report of a leaked ATF email documenting plans to begin seizing lawfully-owned forced reset and wide-open triggers for AR-15 platforms, Rare Breed Triggers' vendor was raided by the federal government in late March, according to the company.

A customer attempting to purchase Rare Breed's Forced Reset Trigger received an email on April 20 from the company's customer service team explaining the order was canceled because, on March 25, the ATF raided their vendor, which inhibited them from shipping triggers.

"I'm very sorry, but we had to cancel your order. One of our vendors was raided by the ATF on 3/25, which resulted in our inability to ship a number of orders placed around that time. It is important to note that the vendor does not have any customer data. Because we're unsure exactly when we'll have the FRT back in stock and ready to ship, we went ahead and refunded your order in full. You should see the refund on your MC ending in XXXX," Rare Breed's customer service team told the customer.

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