As I have recently posted, I just got a nice new safe about a week ago. (damn thing is still in the garage waiting me to get some burley folks over for dinner & a moving party ) I also just received my shipment from AmmoMan the other day (the UPS guy was like "Whatcha got an AK?" I said yeah a WASR10 I just re-finished. He said "yeah I figured. I got 3 myself. ) and I was packing that away in my ammo boxes this afternoon. Till now I was planning on putting all of that, along with my firearms, in the safe but I got to thinking when I looked at the whole lot sitting out (1k rnds of 7.62 & 1k rnds of 9mm) and I was like IF there was a fire & my safe was exposed for a long time that would make one H@LL of a loud boom if all this stuff started going off and even if the heat didn't 100% ruin my guns the ammo exploding certainly would. It's a good safe rated for 1200 degrees for 30 minutes. So my question is, who keeps ammo in their safe and do you worry about the above at all. I haven't tried to research & see what the "detonation" temp for ammo would be, how hot the inside of a fire rated safe will get in the event of a fire. Anyone happen to have done that? Thoughts? Comments?