Forced reset triggers do one thing. As soon as you fire the gun, it forces the trigger to reset so you can follow up with another shot very quickly.
Some people seem to think that being able to shoot quickly is a bad thing.
Unfortunately, some of those people apparently work at the ATF and now Rare Breed, a company that makes forced reset triggers, is dealing with the agency in court.
Also, unfortunately, their case had a setback on Tuesday.