Restrictions

RESTRICTIONS

Some states limit magazine capacity, and some some states do not allow threaded barrels.  We have listed the state restrictions that we are aware of, but make no guarantees the information is complete. For additional information on your specific state restrictions, please contact your local FFL (Federal Firearms License) dealer.

STATE

LEGAL MAGAZINE CAPACITY LIMIT

THREADED BARREL ALLOWED?

California

No restrictions

Not allowed

Colorado

15 rounds

Allowed

Connecticut

10 rounds

Not allowed

D.C.

10 rounds

Not allowed

Hawaii

10 rounds

Not allowed

Illinois

No restrictions

Not allowed

Maryland

10 rounds

Allowed

Massachussetts

10 rounds

Not Allowed

New Jersey

10 rounds

Not allowed

New York

10 rounds

Not allowed

Vermont

15 rounds

Allowed

WHAT THIS MEANS

If you are a resident of one of these states, we are unable to ship a magazine that exceeds the legal magazine capacity limit, or any accessories that would allow you to increase your magazine capacity beyond the legal limit.

If you order a Fueled Series M&P, and live in a state that has a magazine capacity limit of 15 rounds, you will receive (2) 15-round magazines with the Ed Brown low profile pads included, instead of (2) 17 round magazines.

If you order a Fueled Series M&P, and live in a state that has a magazine capacity limit of 10 rounds, your Fueled Series model will NOT include a magwell, and you will receive (2) 10-round S&W OEM factory magazines with S&W OEM factory base plates, instead of  (2) 17 round magazines. This is due to the fact that the EB M&P magwell requires the magazines to use the EB base plates.

If you reside in a state that restricts threaded barrels, your M&P, or 1911, will include a non-threaded barrel.