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Old September 17, 2012, 06:03 PM   #7
Mobuck
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Very little concern over the tank BUT many tanks are plumbed with copper tubing to the appliance. The copper is much more likely to be punctured/damaged by a stray bullet. Unless there's an ignition source/open flame, the leaking propan is not that much of a hazard at least for a short time until it can be shut off. Now, if you were so unlucky as to knock the valve off the tank, that might prove more difficult. Still, I'd worry a lot less about such an ocurrance than I would about hitting the neighbor's house.
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