I am wondering at what point does ammo 'cook off' in a fire.
I have seen the mythbusters episode, where they toss bullets into a campfire. Mostly the casing comes apart, not the bullet firing.
I normally store my ammo in fire/water proof sentry safe. However, the safe is rather small, and ammo is building up...
I was wondering if ammo cans from the surplus store would be safe enough to withstand a house fire and prevent the rounds from doing harm to anyone?