Video "SAAMI - Sporting Ammuntion and the Fire Fighter"
I saw this vid posted on one of the other forums I frequent and wanted to share it here. It's made by SAAMI and shows the various reactions of a variety of unsupported ammunition (not chambered in a firearm) with interesting results. From being shot at, ran over with a bulldozer, dropped from extreme heights and even in fires, it really shows that "loose" ammo is not as dangerous as one might believe and doesn't offer the "Hollywood" explosive factor that you might think it would. Although the video was made primarily as a training aid for Fire Fighters, the information is equally as important for any of us who has ammunition in the house. Of course, a chambered firearm that might go off due to a fire or whatever is lethal and understandably so, it does offer a great perspective and insight that should help put to rest any major concerns firearm owners have regarding perceived dangers of having any amount of ammuntion in the home. Very intriguing and I hope you enjoy it.
Re: Video "SAAMI - Sporting Ammuntion and the Fire Fighter"
Interesting. Covered a lot of things I've wondered about. Long video but worth while.
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