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Magazine Restrictions

Check 6 Arms, LLC complies with ALL Federal, State, and Local laws that restrict the sale and transfer of firearm magazine feeding devices. The following is a current list of restrictions that will include, in some cases, additional policies set forth by us.

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. A customer may permanently be banned from ordering if there is ever intent to circumvent any known regulation. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

CALIFORNIA CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 10rds capacity to anyone or dealer.

COLORADO CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 15rds capacity to anyone or dealer.

CONNECTICUT CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 10rds capacity to anyone or dealer. A legible copy of state issued identification and one of the following is required to purchase magazines of 10rd capacity or less:

  • A valid CT permit to carry a pistol or revolver OR
  • A valid CT long gun eligibility certificate OR
  • A valid CT ammunition certificate

HAWAII CUSTOMERS: No sales of pistol magazines exceeding 10rds capacity to anyone or dealer.

ILLINOIS CUSTOMERS:

  • No sales of magazines exceeding 15 rds capacity to anyone or dealer in the City of Aurora.
  • No sales of magazines to the City of Chicago.
  • No sales of magazines exceeding 10 rds capacity to anyone or dealer in the Cook County.

MASSACHUSETTS CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 10rds manufactured before 09/14/1994 except individuals having a MA-issued Class A license or dealers. No sales of high capacity magazines exceeding 10rds manufactured 09/14/1994 or after.

MARYLAND CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 10rds capacity to anyone or dealer.

NEW JERSEY CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 15rds capacity to anyone or dealer.

NEW YORK CUSTOMERS: No sales of magazines exceeding 10rds capacity to anyone or dealer.

OHIO: Recently passed legislation eliminating Ohio’s magazine capacity limit goes into effect March 23, 2015.
Ohio customers may now purchase magazines greater than 30 round capacity.

WASHINGTON DC CUSTOMERS: No Sales of any magazines.