You were mainly curious about bullets and fuel tanks (I think). A simple search would have shown this non-aviation topic has been investigated before. Spoiler: no explosion.
I have recommended on the other post—based on the similar case I linked—to join the chat to ask before posting. Will this question be good? How can I improve it?
English mistakes I'm fine with and happy to edit, many of us are.
But I also mentioned 2 times before, this is the third, about line breaks (even explained how to use them). It makes the editor's job easier and more inviting, and makes for a nicer presentation for the reader. This is also mentioned by the answer you accepted on the other post:
(...) you don't edit/format your post (...)
- Find aviation angle
- Is it really about aviation?
- Google (or even Bing)
- Join the chat
- Don't worry about the English
- Use line breaks / format
From my previous answer the issues were:
a spam video, no line breaks, no context, and no simple research shown.
Here still no line breaks, no context, and no simple research shown.
It has to be aviation since knowledge of a pilot or an F-16 mechanic is needed to answer it, Aviation fuel is LOT different from the car fuel thus Fuel in the Mythbusters vid is different from the fuel used in the Aviation
Feel free to edit the question to highlight that. That alone shows you have done research. But the specificity of the rifle and aircraft model are not needed—aircraft by role should be enough, e.g., fighter, airliner, light piston, etc.
I cant join the chat because of the internet
Then check all the answers on your meta posts, and stick to the recommendations you've received, that should help plenty.
how do I use linebreaks in the comments
You can't, but please do for questions/answers.