Some US grocery stores have installed vending machines for ammunition

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Making it easier for firearms enthusiasts to obtain ammunition is the goal of one particular company.

According to American Rounds’ website, the company is introducing 24/7 vending machines that will be stocked with ammunition and placed in grocery stores across the United States. The machines will provide customers with the flexibility to purchase ammunition at their convenience, without having to worry about store hours or long lines.

Multiple grocery stores across Alabama and Oklahoma have already placed vending machines that require buyers to show ID and be at least 21 years old. The company behind these kiosks uses facial recognition software to verify a person’s identity, ensuring they are who they claim to be.

According to Grant Magers, the CEO of American Rounds, the company does maintain records of customer transactions in compliance with state regulations. However, he clarified that the company does not disclose this information to anyone. When speaking to KOCO in Oklahoma, Magers emphasized that customer privacy is of utmost importance to American Rounds.

According to reports, customers can purchase an unlimited amount of rounds from the kiosks which offer a diverse selection.

The company aims to broaden its vending machine services to other states, with Ohio being one of the potential destinations since it currently lacks any vending machines from the company.

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