FIREARM OWNERSHIP RESTRICTIONS BY STATE

Basic firearm, magazine & ammunition ownership restrictions by state.

 

States and cities  that restrict Large Capacity Magazines:


Aurora, IL - 15 round maximum.

California - 10 round maximum.

Cook County, IL - 10 round maximum.

Chicago, IL- 10 round maximum.

Cincinnati, OH​ - no mags over 10 rounds for a rifle and 15 rounds for a handgun.​

Cleveland, OH​ - no mags over 20 rounds for center fire and 30 rounds for .22 cal.​

Columbus, OH​ - no mags over 20 rounds for center fire.

Colorado- 15 round maximum and 8 round maximum in a shotgun.

Connecticut - 10 round maximum.

Dayton, OH - no mags over 10 rounds for a rifle and 20 rounds for a handgun.

Franklin Park, IL - 16 round maximum (long guns only).

Hawaii - 10 round maximum.

Maryland - 10 round maximum.

Massachusetts -  10 round maximum. Exception only if customer provides Class A or B  FID permit (Long guns) or Class A permit (Pistols), Dealer’s license for  shipment​

New Jersey - 10 round maximum. LEO and/or Military Exemption.

New York - 10 round maximum.

Oak Park, IL - 10 round maximum (only long guns).

Ohio - 30 round maximum.

Riverdale, IL - 35 round maximum (only long guns).

Washington DC - 10 round maximum.



States and cities that restrict firearms:


California -  Handguns must be on their approved list.  So called 'Assault weapons' must be California approved. Varying restrictions on all semi-automatic firearms. Rimfire with 10rd or less capacity OK.

Connecticut - No semi-auto rifles. 

Illinois (Cook County and City of Chicago) - No so called assault weapons. FOID required.

Maryland - Firearms sales only to FFL Dealer. Varying restrictions on so called 'assault weapons'.

Massachusetts - No handguns, Varying restrictions on so called 'assault weapons'. No 'bump fire' stocks. FID card required in many instances.

New Jersey - Firearms sales only to FFL Dealer. Varying restrictions on all semi-automatic firearms.

New York - No so called 'assault weapons'. Varying restrictions on all semi-automatic firearms. No Handguns in New York City.

Washington D.C. - Varying restrictions on all semi-automatic firearms. 



States and cities that restrict ammunition sales:


Alaska - no ammunition due to shipping restrictions.

Illinois - You must provide us a copy of your Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) and State ID.


California - No online ammo purchases unless the vendor is California approved. Must ship to FFL.

Connecticut - no ammunition.

Chicago, IL - no ammunition.

Cook County, IL - no ammunition.

Hawaii - no ammunition due to shipping restrictions.

Los Angeles, CA - no ammunition.

Massachusetts - You must provide us a copy of your FFL.

New Jersey - You must provide us a copy of your FFL.

New York - You must provide us a copy of your FFL.

New York City - no ammunition.

Oakland, CA -  no ammunition.

San Francisco, CA - no ammunition.

Sacramento, CA - no ammunition.

Washington D.C. - no ammunition.

APO & FPO Address - no ammunition.

USPS PO Boxes - no ammunition.


*This  is a basic list to get you started. This list is in no way complete nor does it constitute legal advice. The laws pertaining to firearms are constantly changing. Please check your local laws for restrictions before ordering firearms, ammunition or magazines. In some  states/cities ammo is technically allowed but it's a big legal hassle.


This list was last updated 01/31/2019.

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