Quit smoking in 1 simple step. .. The amount of time someone takes to light a cigarette is nowhere near enough to even begin to make this round go off. It isn't a flintlock you don't have open p Quit smoking in 1 simple step The amount of time someone takes to light a cigarette is nowhere near enough even begin make this round go off It isn't flintlock you don't have open p
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - jayekaye **User deleted account**
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#2 to #1 - anon id: de9d76c2
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(02/01/2013) [-]
It would the heat from the burning touching the bullets shell would heat the gun powder then boom.
#3 to #2 - jayekaye **User deleted account**
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User avatar #5 to #3 - roflsaucer
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I think it would still set off the bullet though. Not because of anon's reason, mind you, but I believe the way a bullet works is there's a "percussion strip" that ignites when hit, thus sending the bullet off. So as long as the lighter DOES light this strip, the bullet would go off. However, because there's no "barrel", it's hard to say the direction the bullet would go in.
User avatar #8 to #5 - sabaton
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maybe the shell (lighter than the bullet itself) would even pop out, leaving the bullet in the cigarette.
User avatar #21 - huskygunner
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The amount of time someone takes to light a cigarette is nowhere near enough to even begin to make this round go off. It isn't a ******* flintlock you don't have open powder ffs, it is a contained primer ignition system which even with introduced heat takes several minutes of direct flame to go off.
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#7 - zacharym
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Even if the bullet would go of the shell would fly away from the cigarette, because the bullet has more mass > simple fysics
#9 to #7 - ricaboo
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"fysics"?
#10 to #9 - zacharym
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Physics sorry, keep in mind that i do not speak english
#11 to #10 - festinas
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I know what you are trying to say, but you just wrote english.





#12 to #11 - zacharym
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And what point do you try to make with this statement ?
#13 to #12 - festinas
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No point, calm down professor. God you are cute when you get offensive.
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#19 to #14 - festinas
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#20 to #19 - zacharym
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Well excuse me for sharing an opinion.
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User avatar #15 to #7 - spikethepony
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Although it is true, the shell still has enough mass to make the bullet head move with fatal force, especially if the cigarette is in someone's mouth.
#16 to #15 - zacharym
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Hmm, yes that is true, the force of the explosion would be fatal, but still...
#4 - doggstar
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i used to put fire crackers in my brothers smokes.. then he found it funny to put a cherry bomb in my pipe.. ended up with splinters in my hand from the ****** cracking open and jabbing my hand