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HEXMAG AR-15 MAGAZINES VERSATILITY

THE ANSWER TO
MAGAZINE CAPACITY LAWS

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An innovator among magazine manufacturers, Hexmag’s iconic HEXTURE™ design patterned texture is one of the most unique (and functional) systems to answer the demand of magazine capacity laws by state. Unlike competing magazines, the Hexmag Series 2 AR-15 magazine utilizes our patented True Riser® system to deliver a 10-round magazine for states like California and a 15-round magazine for states like Colorado. (See our helpful map and chart below.)

The True Riser system incorporates the patented riser design coupled with a custom spring assembly to retain Hexmag’s unique tool-less design, allowing the magazine to be disassembled for easy cleaning and alterations to the HexID Color Identification System.

Meanwhile, competing designs work opposite of Hexmag’s True Riser design. While Hexmag’s design pairs a shorter spring with the riser system to deliver a compliant magazine, competing magazines use a limiter to force the 30-round spring into a 10- or 15-round spring, putting unnecessary tension on the spring and hindering the length of time ammunition should be stored.

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MAGAZINE CAPACITY LAWS BY STATE

UPDATED NOVEMBER 2016

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MAGAZINE CAPACITY LAWS IN DETAIL

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MAGAZINE CAPACITY LAWS IN DETAIL

UPDATED NOVEMBER 2016

Eight states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws that limit magazine capacity:

States with Restrictions Firearm Types(s) Capacity Prohibited Acts Pre-Owned Magazines
California All Firearms 10 Rounds
  • Manufacture
  • Import
  • Sale or transfer
  • In-State acquisition
Note: There is no ban on possession
Allowed (there is no ban on possession), but high-capacity permit is required
Colorado All Firearms 15 Rounds for rifle or handgun

8 rounds for shotguns
  • Sale or other transfer
  • Possession on 7-1-2014 or after
Allowed for magazines lawfully purchased before July 1, 2014
Connecticut All Firearms 10 rounds
  • Distribution
  • Import
  • Sale or other transfer
  • Possession on 1-1-2014 or after
Allowed for magazines lawfully purchased before Jan. 1,2014 (High-capacity permit is required.)
District of Columbia All Firearms 10 rounds
  • Sale or other transfer
  • Possession on any new or pre-owned magazine
Not allowed
Hawaii Handguns 10 rounds
  • Sale or other transfer (including gifting)
  • Possession on any new or pre-owned handgun magazine
Not allowed
Maryland All Firearms 10 rounds
  • Manufacture
  • Sale or other transfer
  • In-state acquisition
Note: There is no ban on possession
Allowed (there is no ban on possession)
Massachusetts All Firearms 10 rounds
  • Distribution
  • Import
  • Sale or transfer
  • Possession on 9-13-1994 or after
Allowed for magazines lawfully purchased before Sept. 13, 1994
New Jersey All Firearms 15 rounds
  • Manufacture
  • Distribution
  • Sale or transfer
  • Possession of any new or pre-owned handgun magazine
Not allowed
New York All Firearms 10 rounds
  • Manufacture
  • Distribution (transport)
  • Possession of any new or pre-owned handgun magazine
Not allowed

Please consult your local gun laws for complete and up-to-date provisions.

Hexmag does not sell parts to convert magazines to 10, 15 or 30 rounds dues to state restrictions.

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