I was loading some .40S&W yesterday, and ran out of ammo boxes to hold them. It's a new cartridge for me to load, although I've shot it off and on for years with factory loads, so I don't have too many storage boxes that will hold them.. Anyway, I emptied a box of Sierra bullets, and was wondering what to store the ammo in besides Ziplock bags when I thought of that box. By turning them nose-up, then nose down, just like .22 LR used to be stacked in the old cardboard boxes, 40 cartridges fit perfectly into the box. I had some Gold Dots that I then loaded, and 40 of them fit back in the Speer box just as nicely. I stuck a load data sticker on the top of each box, and filled it out with the proper info. If needed, a small piece of tape will insure that the box doesn't open unintentionally. Seems like a cheap (free), neat way to store ammo. Much better than the bags I and other handloaders have resorted to at times. Just thought I'd pass the idea along. Daryl Wanna kill these ads? We can help!