Arid Multicam Gen 2 PMAG
Arid Multicam Gen 2 PMAG
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Arid Multicam Gen 2 PMAG

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The PMAG 30 AR/M4 GEN M2 MOE is a 30-round polymer magazine for AR15/M4 compatible weapons chambered in 5.56x45 NATO/.223 Remington that offers a cost-competitive upgrade from the aluminum USGI magazine.

It features impact-resistant polymer construction, an easy-to-disassemble design with a flared floorplate for positive magazine extraction, a resilient stainless steel spring for corrosion resistance, and an anti-tilt, self-lubricating follower for increased reliability.

Magpul Original Equipment (MOE) is a line of firearm accessories designed to provide a high-quality, economical alternative to standard weapon parts. The MOE line distinguishes itself with a simplified feature set, but maintains Magpul engineering and material quality.

Made in the USA.

Magazine Restriction Policy

Certain U.S. jurisdictions restrict the sale and transfer of firearm magazines and other firearm accessories. Military and law enforcement are typically exempt from these restrictions. Magpul Industries does not process sales or shipments prohibited by law. The party receiving these items must immediately return the items for a full refund if the intended sale or transfer is prohibited by law. Any intermediary party distributing or selling Magpul products to an end-user is exclusively responsible for verifying that the sale/transfer is not prohibited by law. 

There are certain exemptions to each of these magazine capacity restrictions that allow active law enforcement, military personnel and other specifically authorized persons to purchase restricted magazines. Please contact Customer Support at 877-4MAGPUL if you are attempting to complete a purchase under a qualified exemption. No state has an allowance for warranty replacement of restricted magazines to be shipped to consumers.

STATES RESTRICTING MAGAZINE CAPACITY INCLUDE:

California Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Colorado Prohibits magazines over 15 rounds
Connecticut Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds and purchase of ANY capacity requires verification
Delaware Prohibits magazines over 17 rounds
Hawaii Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Illinois Prohibits long gun magazines over 10 rounds and handgun magazines over 15 rounds
Maryland Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Massachusetts Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
New Jersey Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
New York Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Oregon Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Rhode Island Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Vermont Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds and handgun magazines over 15 rounds
Washington Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS RESTRICTING MAGAZINE CAPACITY INCLUDE:

Washington, D.C. Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Aurora, IL Prohibits magazines over 15 rounds
Cook County, IL Prohibits magazines over 10 rounds
Deerfield, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Highland Park, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Highwood, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
North Chicago, IL Prohibits magazines over 16 rounds of center fire ammunition
University Park, IL Prohibits rifle magazines over 10 rounds
Buffalo, NY Prohibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 5 rounds
Rochester, NY Prohibits rifle and shotgun magazines over 5 rounds

NOTES:

  • Local laws are not included in this list if the state law is more restrictive.
  • Connecticut Residents: While all magazines over 10 rounds are restricted in Connecticut, 10-round magazine buyers must provide two forms of documentation to complete a sale: (1) proof of a government issued ID that includes a photo and date of birth that verifies the listed purchaser is 18 and older; AND (2) one of the following five valid permits/certificates issued by Connecticut: a) valid permit to carry a pistol or revolver; b)  valid permit to sell at retail a pistol or revolver; c) a valid eligibility certificate for a pistol or revolver; d) a valid long gun eligibility certificate; OR a valid ammunition certificate. Please call our Customer Service Dept at 877-4MAGPUL to validate your documents and place an order. For more information about Connecticut’s state restrictions on ammunition magazines, the relevant legal provision can be reviewed here.
  • California Residents: The case Duncan v. Becerra, (Case No.: 3-17-CV-1017-BEN-JLB) focuses on the constitutionality of CA’s magazine ban. On November 30, 2021, the full (en banc) 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed an earlier ruling from the court that overturned CA’s magazine ban. Plaintiffs have made statements that the November 30th ruling will be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Oregon Residents:  Due to the ongoing legal filings and unknown outcomes, Oregon customers must be aware that even if they have placed an order, Magpul could possibly suspend or cancel the order if it has not been shipped, for compliance with Ballot Measure 114.
  • Pittsburg Residents: On April 2, 2019, the city of Pittsburgh, PA passed a city ordinance banning the use of magazines in public spaces. The ordinance includes a prohibition on sales of magazines over 10 rounds but due to state preemption laws, this section will not go into effect until such a ban is made permissible by the State Supreme Court or General Assembly.