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Sales Restrictions
Sales Restrictions of Firearms, Accessories, and Ammo
 

Sales Restrictions by State

We comply with all Federal, State, and local laws that restrict the sale and transfer of firearms, magazine feeding devices, and ammunition. The following is a list of restrictions by state as of 06/15/2014:

It is also your responsibility to know your local and state laws which may prohibit or restrict your ability to purchase certain products we offer for sale.

Alaska

No Ammo (due to shipping limitations)

California

Handguns must be on the California Approved Handgun List

No Mags over 10 rounds

No Semi-Auto Rifles

No Semi-auto Shotguns

No Firearm Parts Kits

Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco: No Ammo without FFL

Colorado

No Mags over 15 rounds

Connecticut

No Mags

No Guns

Hawaii

No Pistols Mags over 10 rounds

No Ammo (due to shipping limitations)

Illinois

Ammo requires a copy of FOID card

Cook County (all cities): No Guns, No Mags, No Firearm Parts Kits, No Ammo (even with FOID), No Accessories

Kansas

Wichita: No Firearm Parts Kits

Maryland

Handguns must be on the Maryland Approved Handgun List

No Semi-Auto Rifles

No Mags over 10 Rounds

Massachusetts

No Semi-Auto Shotguns

No Semi-Auto Rifles

Ammo Requires FFL

No Mags over 10 Rounds

Michigan

Rifles must be more than 29 inches long or registered as a pistol.

Folding Stock AKs Require a Permit

New Jersey

No Mags over 15 rounds

Certain Semi-Auto Firearms May Be Restricted

New York

No Guns (except bolt-action)

No Mags

Puerto Rico

No Guns

No Mags over 10 Rounds

No Firearm Parts Kits

No Ammo (due to shipping limitations)

Washington

No Firearm

Parts Kits

Washington, DC

No Guns

No Mags

No Ammo

No Firearm Parts Kits

PO Boxes

Nothing flammable.

No Ammo or oil, stoves, etc.

APO/FPO

We do not ship to these addresses.