California- No mags over 10rds without a high-cap mag permit.
Hawaii- No handgun mags over 10rds.
Massachusetts- No mags over 10rds.
Maryland- No mags over 20rds.
New Jersey- No mags over 15rds.
New York- No mags over 10rds made after 1994 (i.e. none marked Law Enforcement only).
Chicago-No mags over 10rds.
Washington DC- No mags over 10rds.
But what I really wanted to focus upon were those restricted states where law enforcement is so bloody frightened of its citizens. With the exception of Hawaii...which isn't a slumlord backwater of America at least on the outside...the other LOW-CAP wonderlands are dreadful places to even visit let alone live there, so but of course only the bottom feeders of humanity congregate to meet and greet and that of course includes the politicians and police who despise the Constitution.
And while it's nice to use a full-capacity magazine while repelling boarders, it is on the RANGE where 99.99999% of them will see action, and isn't it nice to spend that time shooting rather than RE-FRICKIN-LOADING.
Please click the headline link if you'd like to see more of these drums and how you can get your very own. When I can find one for a Ruger 10/22 and/or a Remington 597 I'll be whistling Dixie. 100+ rounds of hot loaded little 22 lr's coming from a 20" barrel isn't anything to laugh at, then add one of those trigger-housing crankers and lemme stop before the BATFU breaks down the front door.