Thursday, March 05, 2015

PA: Ammo Vending Machine Put in Use

If you’ve ever been to a public shooting range you might have experienced long lines to check in, buy targets and buy ammo. Well one shooting range in Pennsylvania is taking a more efficient approach to selling the ammo.
The Beaver Valley Rifle & Pistol Club has installed a vending machine for ammo at their range.

Also, the guy who installed it? He’s running for county sheriff. Sam Piccinini is a Republican candidate for sheriff who also owns the small ammo company that operates the machine.

“The machine sells pretty much everything,” said Piccinini to the Beaver Countain, “From .22 long rifle to .45 Long Colt and every standard caliber in between except .32 and .25 automatic. It’s got 380, 9, 38, 40, 45, .357 SIG. I manufacture all of it myself.”

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