U.S. Firearm Magazine Restrictions

States restricting magazine capacity include:

StateRestrictions
CaliforniaProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
ColoradoProhibits magazines over 15 rounds
ConnecticutProhibits magazines over 10 rounds and all purchases require verification
DelawareProhibits magazines over 17 rounds
HawaiiProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
MarylandProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
MassachusettsProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
New JerseyProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
New YorkProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
OregonProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
Rhode IslandProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
VermontProhibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds and handgun magazines over 15 rounds
WashingtonProhibits magazines over 10 rounds

Local Restrictions

Four local governments have laws restricting magazine capacity

MunicipalRestrictions
Aurora, ILProhibits magazines over 15 rounds
Cook County, ILProhibits magazines over 10 rounds
Deerfield, ILProhibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Highland Park, ILProhibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Highwood, ILProhibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
North Chicago, ILProhibits magazines over 16 rounds of center fire ammunition
University Park, ILProhibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Buffalo, NYProhibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 5 rounds
Rochester, NYProhibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 5 rounds
Washington, D.C.Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Columbus, OHProhibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 29 rounds

These laws may change at any time and it is exclusively the customer’s responsibility to understand and comply with the applicable legal regulations. Please contact Customer Support if you are attempting to complete a purchase under a qualified exemption (I.e. certain jurisdictions exempt law enforcement and military personnel from restrictions).