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Thread: Ammo in hydraulic press

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    Ammo in hydraulic press

    How safe is ammo pressed flat in a hydraulic press.....



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    You'd have to be a special type of bored wouldn't you?
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    I rekon, it does prove somewhat how robust it is, and that it can't just go off in your hand.
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    gee i wonder what will happen if you put something in a grunty press and lower the ram on it

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    Cellphones are more exciting.
    stand upwind the fumes are bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Cellphones are more exciting.
    stand upwind the fumes are bad.
    Totally trying that. Have 2 lemons and a 15 tonner. How bad? Respirator bad? Or just whiffy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmsaum View Post
    I rekon, it does prove somewhat how robust it is, and that it can't just go off in your hand.
    Or your pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    Totally trying that. Have 2 lemons and a 15 tonner. How bad? Respirator bad? Or just whiffy?
    Just whiffy, the lithium batterys burn when exposed to oxygen.
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