Aren't you guys worried about your bullets cooking off in a fire and killing you? Posted on May 24, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Aren't you guys worried about your bullets cooking off in a fire and killing you?
On the chance this isn’t a stupid shitpost:
Unless are chambered in a gun then they’re of little to no concern. No lead will go far if there is no captive gasses being forced to escape behind it at high velocity.
Small arms ammunition will mostly just burn and pop off. Now if you had large amounts of powder or any other flammable explosives…
>in a fire
I'd be dead of smoke inhalation already
Naw, I'd be sitting at the kitchen table thinking "This is fine" as the bullets whizz around me and wondering if they count as a ND so I can start a new thread
Keep a fire extinguisher in your bedroom.
You cant extinguish bullets whizzing through your walls anon
why would they be whizzing if they aren't in a barrel that can direct the expanding gas.
Get off fallout 4 you homosexual
play classic fallout you fag. bethshit is gross
and in your vehicle.
Front porch too.
i guess sure
1. You don't know where my ammo is
2. I'm responsible about firearms
I keep my rifle locked up, unloaded, cleared, safety on. Have defended against home invasion and once my dog just barked and scared the crap out of them so they ran off lmao.
>Have defended against home invasion with a machete*
Not the same one, but similar machete. Mostly use it for weeds, bushwhacking, woodworking, and so on.
Has anyone actually died from ammo cooking off?
No. Small arms cartridges aren't going to kill you. At worst they'll hurt like hell if you're standing right next to them while they're exposed, in which case you have a much larger risk to your health than the bullets cooking off
Anon, I think the bigger question is why do you have live ammunition scattered all over your house?
> bullets cooking off
>Aren't you guys worried
I not a worry wart type.
I've fought fires where rounds were going off. It's basically like firecrackers. Unless you're holding it or standing right next to it, you'll be safe. If you're close enough for the rounds to hurt you, you're already dead.
A lot of rounds popped off that night...
>millions of brass goblins cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced