The place that used to have it was:quixdraw said:just a bit in the army.
anyone remember/ got that weird ammo site with 'dragons breath', tracers, etc.?
I can atest to that. When I went through basic back in '95 we was qualifiing on the M-16 and there were tracers mixed in with the practice ammo. It was August in San Antonio so the brush was so dry it started a fire. It burned about 100 or so acres before we beat it out with rakes and shovels.Snake-eater 1 said:They can start fires in dry woods, brush or grass, so you have to be careful about that. Generally not permitted for hunting (though why anyone would want to use them for hunting, I don't know). Probably not a good idea for self defense, either :roll: Forbidden in some states, and at many ranges. Apparently not against Federal law to purchase, however, since they are sold in so many venues.