California Buyer’s Guide For Standard-Capacity Magazines


Update: On Friday 04/05/2019 at 5:00 PM PST, California’s law banning gun magazines that hold more than 10 rounds went back into effect. The case will now go to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

On Friday 03/29/19, a Federal Judge ruled that California’s ban on standard-capacity gun magazines was unconstitutional. Check out that news article here.

What does this mean? Buy now! Buy today! Buy online! Buy like there is no tomorrow, our 2A loving California friends!

Check out this quick-start guide for where to buy your standard-capacity magazines. This is a list of companies currently shipping standard-capacity magazines to the Golden State of California.

*Note – Keep checking this post for updates, as the list will undoubtedly grow and change.

Rainier Arms

Rainier Arms

Rainier Arms is running a “California Airlift” campaign. Shipping all standard mags, meaning high-capacity, to California residents. Rainier has a fantastic assortment of magazines to choose from. Act fast, supplies are flying off the shelves.

Palmetto State Armory

PSA has deals for days on magazines. Deals on single Magpul PMAGS, Ruger BX-25 and much more. They also have some great bundle deals with magazine 10-packs as part of the package. Browse the selection at Palmetto State Armory, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed.

Gun Mag Warehouse

What more is there to say? It’s GunMag Warehouse, magazines are what they do. Go check out their amazing selection. They’ve got mag bundles galore to tickle your newly re-discovered 2A freedom.



Brownell’s is now sending freedom back to California. As always, they have fantastic deals on all your magazine needs. That includes great pricing on Magpul PMAGS and great bundle offers.


Welcome back to AMERICA, California. Even if it’s just for a short time, enjoy it while it lasts. Buy what you can and maybe a little more! Smell that sweet aroma of freedom and remember, the rest of us are pulling for you.

Act fast folks, quantities will undoubtedly fly off the shelves. Be sure to keep checking back on this post for any updates.

Please don’t forget that certain laws in California still apply. The team at Guns & Tactics are not lawyers and we don’t provide legal advice.

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