I've never worried about it. I always just toss dud rounds in with empty brass for disposal (unless I'm saving brass for someone to reload). Even if it were to go off later, theres very little damage that could result. In something with as little powder as a .223, even if it were to ignite outside of a pressurized environment (i.e. the chamber of a firearm) it would likely just make a loud pop and seperate the bullet from the casing.
I've seen/heard large caliber rounds (.300 Win. Mag. at the largest) set off by a house fire. It's not like the bullet can come flying out at 2400 fps and kill someone. They just ignite powder and pop apart from each other...
If guns cause crime, all of mine are defective.
Springfield Armory XD-40 4"
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