Firearm Magazine Restrictions

For reference, below is a list of States that impose capacity restrictions on firearm magazines. This list is not an offer of legal advise. PistolGear does not guarantee the accuracy of this list. It is the responsibility of the User to follow applicable state and local laws in regard to the possession, use, and sale of any magazine.

Any orders placed for magazines prohibited in your State will immediately be cancelled, refunded and may be subject to a 10% restocking fee.

Active Law Enforcement: Duty use items are exempt from restrictions with proper verification. You will be required to show proof of Active Duty before your order is fulfilled. In the comments section of your Order, enter, “Active Law Enforcement”.

  • State of California (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)
  • State of Colorado (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 16 rounds)
  • State of Connecticut (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)
  • State of Hawaii (Prohibits handgun magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)
  • State of Maryland (Prohibits handgun magazines with a capacity of more than 11 rounds)
  • State of Massachusetts (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)
  • State of New Jersey (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)
  • State of New York (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)
  • State of Vermont (Prohibits handgun magazines with a capacity of more than 20 rounds)
  • District of Columbia (Prohibits magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds)