I live in northern arizona, and idk if you heard but fires are a bit of an issue. As such, all firing ranges in yavapai county, which is where i live and where the prescott fire crew died, that have any wood or brush near them were closed a month ago. Only indoor ranges and the few that are in rock quarries, dunes, or sand pits are open.
None of the cities in our county have fireworks for a very good reason. Fireworks are made to shoot off sparks in many directions, which wouldn't go too well in a forest of dry trees. Guns release a single (albeit very hot) bullet that usually ends up close to the target. Fireworks can be affected by weather, residents don't like the idea of hot sparks and gunpowder raining down on juniper trees where the wind blows 30mph every day.
Thats why you fucktard.