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    So we had an auction last week, and two of the units didn't sell so we're slowly going through them. I'm barely into the unit and find a broken box of .45 bullets (with a couple of .762s) and a large bag of illegal fire works. *facepalm* . We're all gonna die.
    The FD came and picked up the fireworks, and a collector we know took the ammo. Geez louise.
    Why are I-phone chargers not called 'apple juice'???

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    I can see being weary of the fireworks but the ammo is no big deal. No danger there at all. Ammo in a gun pointed at you, IS DANGEROUS. Out of the gun, no biggee.
    "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pacnwstorage View Post
      I can see being weary of the fireworks but the ammo is no big deal. No danger there at all. Ammo in a gun pointed at you, IS DANGEROUS. Out of the gun, no biggee.
      But in the same area? I was just like, "Seriously?"
      Why are I-phone chargers not called 'apple juice'???

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      • #4
        If the fireworks do somehow ignite and go off or cause a fire then that is it's own separate problem. The ammo would not fire off unless there is SUPER DUPER heat and by that time you are far away from the fire anyway. The old tale of bullets going off in a fire, like in your fireplace, has been proven wrong many many times.
        "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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        • #5
          Way more danger from fireworks than the ammo, even then neither is as bad as old food, chemicals, etc that we have encountered.

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