High Capacity Magazines Restrictions

I hate that some states have violated your Second Amendment Rights with magazine restrictions but if that is the law in your state I have to follow it. 

 

You are responsible to know your state laws and magazine capacities.  If you order and item that can not be shipped to your state or municipality I will not ship the order and I will refund all but 15% of the cost of the items and of course your shipping since I did not ship the order.    If you have other items in the order I will contact you to see if you want them. I don’t agree with any restrictions on our Second Amendment Rights but as an FFL I will not jeopardize my license breaking these laws and end my ability to conduct business

 

 

 

 

Read the below restrictions and do not order any magazines over what your state allows.

If any of this is a problem please shop elsewhere.

STATES RESTRICTING MAGAZINE CAPACITY INCLUDE:

California

Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

Colorado

Prohibits magazines over 15 rounds

Connecticut

Prohibits magazines over 10 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

Vermont

 

Washington State

Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds and handgun magazines over 15 rounds

Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

D.C.

Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

LOCAL RESTRICTIONS

Four local governments have laws restricting magazine capacity:

Boulder, CO

Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

Aurora, IL

Prohibits magazines over 15 rounds

Cook County, IL

Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

Deerfield, IL

Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds