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Old May 5, 2019, 02:00 AM   #7
50 shooter
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Join Date: August 6, 2002
Location: SoCal PRK
Posts: 891
It's not about the "need", its about shooting a round that's cool to watch fly down range.

The problem is the person that's shooting them where they're not supposed to be. Then when they start a fire, grab their stuff and leave like they dont know anything about it!

Same with incendiary rounds, all they need is a little dry grass or something else that will catch on fire easy and BOOM, you better have a fire truck close by.

Seen plenty of things catch on fire when I was in the Army and we were shooting tracers and incendiary rounds. People need to shoot them where it's safe or at least make sure that it's safe before shooting them in that area.
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Streets filled with blood from distant lies
The dogs of war never compromise,
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