And that's perfectly fine. Nothing wrong with that in practice, like I said. We all make our own risk choices.
I've used a tensile testing rig and I know there are sample variations. 'Proven' under my use and anything short of a massive collision or off track excursion and I would generally re-use *any* non-TTY bolt. If the threads are clean and there is no visible sign of deformation, necking or otherwise, and camber settings don't mysteriously go out-of-whack, I'll reuse it.
But a new fastener from the bin...no idea if you happen to get one with a defect. Sure, that's not likely or probable. But in any materials testing, I've found outliers that fail earlier than expected.
Any of these bolts would have a problem staying tight and maintaining the camber setting long before failure. There's a lot of fear about this on the internet along with the TTY misinformation. That's probably not gonna change.