Something I’ve noticed in experimental… when shooting in a lab, the overhead lights often intercept the bullet and break. However, when I aim directly at the light fixture, I never hit it. I’m pretty sure the opposite was the case in 0.E: you could shoot the light directly but it would never stop a flying bullet aimed at something else. If these are meant to represent recessed or ceiling-mounted lights, this makes more sense.
Also, are the utility lights found in microlabs truly indestructible? What’s the deal with that?