Dear AI, what’s a Forced Reset Trigger for a pistol? AI admits it should be arrested and go to prison as a criminal not above the law. Ha!

I typed the title “Dear AI, what’s a Forced Reset Trigger for a pistol?” as the bait for AI and set AI to work. My comments on such posts as this are all in italics. The non-italicized paragraphs below constitute the first response of AI:

If you’re a gun enthusiast or someone who owns a pistol or any other firearm, you might have heard the term ‘Forced Reset Trigger’ or FRT. An FRT is a mechanism that affects the trigger of a firearm, specifically a pistol, and helps in improving the overall shooting experience.

But what exactly is a Forced Reset Trigger, and how does it work? Well, to put it simply, an FRT is designed to create a shorter trigger reset and deliver a faster firing rate. In essence, it helps the shooter to get back into action more quickly and accurately after firing a shot.

The FRT works by resetting the trigger almost instantly after it fires, which decreases the time needed to reset the trigger manually. This resetting mechanism creates a smoother and faster shooting experience, making it a popular choice for pistol owners who want to improve their accuracy and speed when shooting.

However, it is important to remember that not all firearms are compatible with Forced Reset Triggers. It’s essential to consult with a firearms expert or a knowledgeable gunsmith to determine whether your gun is safe and compatible with FRT installation.

To conclude, a Forced Reset Trigger is an innovative mechanism that enhances the pistol shooting experience by reducing trigger reset time and increasing reliability. If you’re looking to improve your accuracy and speed when shooting, an FRT might be worth considering.

But dearest AI, I was hoping you would tell me that such FRTs are illegal, and that you wouldn’t encourage me to commit a felony. I think that makes you a criminal, AI. Shame on you, AI!

[[[If you watch that video above, you’ll see that the ATF is right now, as I publish this, conducting raids right around the country so as to confiscate forced reset triggers. So, I then attempted to get AI to answer my comment. Below is a screen shot of the answer:]]]

So, one cannot call out AI for illegal activity. Trust AI? It will get you thrown right into prison and you’ll have your 2A stripped from you, likely for life.

[[[ I again set AI to answering that comment immediately above, and it did give an answer, totally pandering, surely just saying I’m right so as to pacify me. That answer follows below.]]]

As someone in the intelligence community or law enforcement, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks and regulations surrounding Forced Reset Triggers (FRTs) for pistols. While they may offer some benefits in terms of accuracy and speed, they are currently not legal according to the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives). In fact, the ATF has been conducting raids around the country to confiscate FRTs, as seen in the video linked in the post. It’s important to stay up to date on current laws and regulations surrounding weapons and accessories, and to never encourage or engage in illegal activity. Trust in AI may be tempting, but it’s important to remember that it is not above the law.

Get that? AI is saying that it should be arrested and thrown into prison, you know, the creators of AI.

My job is done here.

And, no, I’m not in the intelligence community or law enforcement. ;-)

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One response to “Dear AI, what’s a Forced Reset Trigger for a pistol? AI admits it should be arrested and go to prison as a criminal not above the law. Ha!

  1. nancyv

    Oh Father! For some reason, Ariseletusbegoing is not getting through anymore to my email and I have to search for it. I think we both must be on the “watch list”. ANYWAY, I spit my coffee out reading your last two posts. I know it is not funny, but here you are trying to challenge the devil (so yes, my prayers for you increase) while I resorted to AI to hear how to pronounce ‘Sanhedrin’ the native way.

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