Restricted States

Magazine Restrictions By State

Certain U.S. jurisdictions restrict firearm magazines sales. We cannot process sales/shipments where prohibited by law. These laws may change at any time, and it is exclusively the customer’s responsibility to understand and comply with the applicable legal regulations.

Any order placed from these states will be cancelled, and refunded minus a 15% restocking fee. 

STATES RESTRICTING MAGAZINE CAPACITY INCLUDE:

California Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Colorado Prohibits magazines over 15 rounds
Connecticut Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds and purchase of ANY capacity requires verification
Delaware Prohibits magazines over 17 rounds
Hawaii Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Maryland Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Massachusettes Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
New Jersey Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
New York Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Rhode Island Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Vermont Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds and handgun magazines over 15 rounds
Washington Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS RESTRICTING MAGAZINE CAPACITY INCLUDE:
Aurora, IL Prohibits magazines over 15 rounds
Cook County, IL Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Deerfield, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Highland Park, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Highwood, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
North Chicago, IL Prohibits magazines over 16 rounds of center fire ammunition
University Park, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Buffalo, NY Prohibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 5 rounds
Rochester, NY Prohibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 5 rounds
Washington, D.C. Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds