State Restrictions

Note: Please use this as a reference. State laws change frequently, and you, as the customer, are responsible for knowing your state laws, not American Marksman LLC.
Please contact your local law enforcement agency or attorney’s office if you have any questions or doubts about whether you’re allowed to purchase ammunition. You can also use this link as a reference for your local state laws:



Contact us before ordering online for shipping ammunition to AK or HI.


We are not able to directly ship ammo to individuals.  All ammunition must be shipped to a Licensed Ammo Vendor or FFL (Federal Firearms License) holder in the state.


Due to local regulations, we do not ship ammunition to the City of Chicago. We can, however, ship ammunition to the rest of the state of Illinois, but you must provide a photo of your valid state FOID card and send it over to us. Ensure the address, expiration date and phone are legible.  We will only ship to the address on your FOID card.


We are not able to ship ammo to Massachusetts due to the state’s strict laws. Ship to FFL (Federal Firearms License) Only.

New Jersey

We can ship ammunition to residents of New Jersey; however, handgun calibers require a valid copy of your firearms purchaser identification card or a valid copy of your permit to purchase/carry a handgun. Rifle calibers, e.g. .223, 5.56, 300 BLK, .308, 7.62×51, and 50 BMG, have no requirements. We need to the following:

– A valid copy of your firearms purchaser identification card OR
– A valid copy of your permit to purchase a handgun OR
– A valid copy of your permit to carry a handgun.

Tracer ammunition is NOT legal in NJ

New York

We cannot directly ship ammo to individuals. Must ship through an FFL (Federal Firearms License) or what the state calls a “Registered Seller of Ammunition”.


Miscellaneous Restrictions.   Federal law prohibits ammunition sale or transfer to, and possession by, anyone who:

1. Is under indictment for a crime punishable by more than one year imprisonment or convicted of a felony,
2. is a fugitive from justice,
3. is an unlawful user of a controlled substance,
4. is addicted to a controlled substance,

5. has been adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution,
6. is an illegal alien,
7. has been dishonorably discharged from the military, and
8. has renounced his or her U.S. citizenship (18 USC § 922(d) and (g)).