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How dangerous is your stash of ammo relating to fire or damage?
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Interesting, but I don't think I would have walked up to that trailer like that firefighter did.
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All my ammo is secured in a safe in the garage.
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Texas CHL since 1996.
Iraq 2004 to 2011.
Afghanistan 2012 to present.
I lost all of my ammo in the boating accident. But look out if that lake ever catches fire.
To the fire fighter not very but to the guy who just kicked in my front door, that is something else.
I posted a picture on another thread of some 1930 or earlier .22 shorts, the rimfire primer appears to have been corrosive and attacked the brass to split nearly every rim. I will probably destroy them in a fire and save the cool box. I also have 3 aerial flares from the 70s with corrosion evident around the primers. i will fire them off and replace them before my first snowmobile trip of the season.
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