Clyde Armory follows all state regulations regarding the sale of high capacity magazines. Due to multiple states and cities now enforcing various magazine restrictions and more coming we will not ship magazines that are restricted in your area with firearms to the states listed below. If the mag that comes with the firearm is not legal in your state or city the magazine will be removed from the shipment. We do not offer custom magazine requests to swap out, ship to another state, refund, pinning of mag, substitutions, dealer approval or other. Hopefully we will see changes to these laws and violations to our second amendment rights. We apologize for this but we simply cannot accommodate each and every magazine request with over 30 different laws, regulations and restrictions impacting states, cities and local jurisdictions throughout the country. It is the customers responsibility to be informed of your local laws prior to completing your purchase. Clyde Armory is not responsible for any issues that may arise with magazines shipped to you or your FFL dealer that may not be legal in your area due to a change in current laws.
Magazines Capacity Restrictions as follows:
- California: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Colorado: No shotgun magazines over 8 rounds. No other magazines over 15 rounds. Local jurisdiction laws may vary.
Connecticut: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Delaware: No magazines over 17 rounds.
District of Columbia: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Hawaii: No magazines over 10 rounds that may fit a pistol.
- No magazines over 15 rounds to Aurora, IL.
- No shipments to the city of Chicago, IL.
- No magazines over 16 rounds to Franklin Park, IL.
- No magazines over 10 rounds to Oak Park, IL.
- No magazines over 35 rounds to Riverdale, IL .
- Other restrictions may apply.
- Maryland: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Massachusetts: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- New Jersey: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- New York: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Rhode Island: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Vermont: No magazines over 10 rounds.
- Washington: No magazines over 10 rounds.
Magazine Restriction Exceptions
1. All law enforcement sales must be shipped to a department and no orders will be sent directly to a personal address. Law enforcement officers must provide both their credentials and a letterhead signed by their department's superior officer stating that the magazine will either be used in the execution of the L.E.O.'s duties, or off duty.