While mounting a roof the other day i looked across the roof plane a observed what i thought could be a nail pop. As i got closer I’m thinking that is weird first time i had ever seen a copper roof nail used on a shingle roof. On closer examination i realised what goes up must come down. My guess is 38 caliber
If you were in Ft Pierce that would not surprise me.
That was good!!
But that picture was of a home in Wellington, which money magazine rates in their top 100 places to live in the Country. What’s up with that
Everyone like to party on New Years!!!
Very little oxidation. I’m thinking July 4th
Complete idiots are everywhere.
See them all the time down here. But I wouldnt pull it out. You may have just created a leak.
Perhaps, although I wouldn’t expect much oxidation on copper embedded in asphalt, if from NY 2011.
The important question is, did and how was this info included in your report? Could be a serious issue, is neighbors frequently shoot their guns into the air, or was it a ricochet, or ???
It did not appear misshaped as if ricochet
Was it fired? Are there any striations? If not maybe it was from a reloader, kids got a hold of it and threw it or used a sling shot.
It appears to be fired when i zoomed in. It would have to be one hell of a slingshot to embed it in that shingle.
If if was thrown I wanna be that kids agent
I once was called out to a job to find out what was causing a leak and found one of these…like Meeker says, idiots everywhere!
Hey I was watching the news the other day and there were a whole bunch of them in Libya making roof leaks too! :neutral:
Every time I see those idiots shooting in the air I wonder how many it has killed. They probably chalk it up to snipers.
Not many thing dumber than shooting into the air.
Unless you are bird hunting with bird-shot.
I did not look at the imbedded pic LOL
May I have a copy of those to use as an aid during firearms classes?
I teach a few classes
I’ll send copies too your business e-mail
I too have found a fired bullet on a roof top in Fort Pierce, on Sunrise Blvd., just a cpl blks west of US1.
Mark, I rarely find nail pops. They are almost always under or angle driven nails.