An Idea Whose Time Has Come: Ammunition Vending Machines

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You will have to travel to the Beaver Valley Rifle & Pistol Club, a 24-hour firing range in Pennsylvania, to utilize such an amazing invention of modern convenience, but if needed, it’s there for you.

Needless to say the gun-grabbing left are all up in arms about it.

Hey, if Japan can sell women’s underwear in vending machines, then we can sell ammo. They must respect our cultural differences!

My only complaint is that the .357 wadcutters and 9mm seem to be a bit pricy, but you are paying for the convenience. Where else are you going to get that at 3:00 in the morning?

 

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  • robins111

    Damn pricey ammo, but worth the money if it makes the anti-gun crowd froth at the mouth.

  • Xavier

    20 minutes away. šŸ˜‰

  • DVult

    Might be a little stressful in a gunfight.

  • P_F

    The ammo is for use of club members & shooters. I don’t think it’s for sale to general public.

    • Raymond Hietapakka

      …I remember when the average personal stash of ammo was 3/4 of a box of .410 or .303…

      • Exile1981

        No comment

  • Anything that makes the anti-gun crowd unhappy, makes me smile.

  • Dana Garcia

    It sure beats stale cupcakes.

    • Xavier

      Well, this is the .44 Magnum Auto-Mag and it holds a 300-grain cartridge. And, if properly used, it can remove the cupcakes.

      • Clink9

        And blow your head clean off!

  • Tom Forsythe

    That way, the ammo will get stuck in the machine, and nobody gets any ammo.

  • Gaylord Ponce

    Never happen here. Not unless the machine has a PAL reader and an iris scan or fingerprint reader to insure the purchaser is the PAL holder.

  • Clink9

    There mere thought of ammo, makes Canada’s urban males ( think Rick Mercer ) soil their panties.

    • Exile1981

      It’s getting harder for businesses to get the permits to be able to sell ammo. Even in rural areas with small town hardware/farm supply stores.

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        My 1st. job was sporting goods junior sales clerk at the local Crappy Tire. $.80/hr. We sold Lee-Enfield SMLE’s for $19.99. Back in those days, anyone could have just walked behind the counter, grabbed a box of shells and a rifle off the shelf and blast away. Trigger-locks? What was a trigger lock?

        • Exile1981

          I had a crappy tire enfield in my younger days.

          • Maggat

            I still have two of them. One I sportsterized the other is stock.. Nice guns and surprisingly accurate.

        • Clink9

          Was that just before Lincoln was killed?

  • Maggat

    An idea whose time has come.

  • barryjr

    Buckwheat will dig out his pen, like he is for 5.56 ammo.