Sure. The bottom of the bullet is painted with a paint that reacts to the heat from the gun powder. It basically glows for about .2 to .3 seconds. The normal military tracer rounds are coated on the bottom of the bullet with a phosphorous or sulfur based compound, like the head of a match stick. This can easily ignite brush for several seconds after firing. The bullet I am using is simply a thin layer of paint that can not cause a fire.
Sweet, after how dry it has been here, the recent wildfire in Bastrop, etc. I don't want to be the guy that burns the ranch down playing with those