WASHINGTON D.C. RESTRICTIONS:

List of Restricted Assault Weapons

Anything on the above list cannot be shipped to Washington, D.C., to include all other models within a given series

that are variations, with minor differences, of those models listed, regardless of manufacturer.

Rifles

The following are prohibited:

Semi-automatic rifles with a detachable magazine and one or more of the following features:

1. Pistol Grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the weapon

2. Thumbhole stock

3. Folding or telescoping stock

4. Grenade launcher or flare launcher

5. Flash suppressor

6. Forward Pistol Grip

All .50 BMG rifles are prohibited

.22 caliber rifles with an attached tubular magazine are permitted.

Shotguns

The following are prohibited:

Semi-automatic shotguns with one or more of the following

1. Folding or telescoping stock

2. A pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the firearm

3. Thumbhole stock

4. Vertical handgrip

5. Has the ability to accept a detachable magazine

6. Shotguns with revolving cylinders:

a. Franchi SPAS 12 and LAW 12

b. Striker 12. The Streetsweeper type S/S Inc. SS/12

Handguns

The following are prohibited:

Washington D.C. specifically lists handguns which are eligible for registration here.

Semi-automatic handguns with a detachable magazine and one or more of the following features:

1. Threaded barrel

2. Second handgrip

3. Barrel shroud

4. Magazine that attaches to the firearm outside the pistol grip

Handguns on the below state rosters are permitted:

o California DOJ Handgun Roster

o Maryland Handgun Roster

o Massachusetts Handgun Roster

Accessories / Ammunition

The following are prohibited:

Magazines exceeding 10 rounds

.50 BMG ammunition

Collapsible/adjustable stocks

Stun Guns and TASERs

Defense Sprays

Batons

Threaded barrels

Air guns (pneumatic, spring, or BB) firing projectile exceeding .18” (i.e. .22 cal. Prohibited)

Ammunition Qualifier: For the purchase of ammunition, the purchaser must present a valid firearms

registration card.

LAW ENFORCEMENT EXEMPTIONS

Law Enforcement (federal, state, or local) may acquire prohibited articles delineated above only when the agent is

active, on-duty, acting within the scope of duties, and in possession of a statement on letterhead from the head of the

agency stating that the item is to be used i8n the officer’s or agent’s official duties.

Washington, D.C. list of specified, prohibited / banned "Assault Weapons", to include all other models within

a given series that are variations, with minor differences, of these models listed, regardless of manufacturer:

Rifles

 All AK series including, but not limited to, the models

identified as follows:

o Made in China AK, AKM, AKS, AK47,

AK47S, 56, 56S, 84S, and 86S;

o Norinco (all models);

o Poly Technologies (all models);

o MAADI AK47 and ARM; and

o Mitchell (all models).

 UZI and Galil;

 Beretta AR 70;

 CETME Sporter;

 Colt AR 15 series;

 Daewoo K 1, K 2, Max 1, Max 2, AR 100, and

AR4110C;

 Fabrique Nationale FAL, LAR, FNC, 308 Match, and

Sporter;

 MAS 223;

 HK 91, HK 93, HK 94, and H,K PSG 1;

 The following MAC types:

o RPB Industries Inc. sM10 and sM11; and

o SWD Incorporated M11;

 SKS with detachable magazine;

 SIG AMT, PE 57, SG 550, and SG 551;

 Springfield Armory BM59 and SAR 48;

 Sterling MK 6;

 Steyer AUG, Steyr AUG;

 Valmet M62S, M71S, and M78S;

 Armalite AR 180;

 Bushmaster Assault Rifle;

 Califo – 900;

 J&R ENG-68; and

 Weaver Arms Nighthawk

Handguns

 UZI;

 Encom MP 9 and MP 45;

 The following MAC types:

o RPB Industries Inc. sM10 and sM11;

o SWD Incorporated 11;

o Advance Armament Inc.-11; and

o Military Armament Corp. In-gram M-11;

 Intratec TEC 9 and TEC DC9;

 Sites Spectre;

 Sterling MK 7;

 Cali8co M-950; and

 Bushmaster Pisto