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Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by AMT, Nov 30, 2012.
Long but interesting.
How Ammunition Reacts in a Fire SAAMI Video Report « Daily Bulletin
I read a test like this in a magazine article from the late 50's.
If one's close enough there can be some shrapnel damage but rounds in a fire aren't going to "shoot up a neighborhood".
If ammo was that dangerous in a fire we'd see hundreds of dead hunters every year. Every hunting camp has it's moron that tosses a live round or two in the campfire for excitement.
A round or two??!!
The rule is a handful