Just curious: Does anybody else here hate fumbling with those stupid little 50 and 100 count boxes for their pistol ammo? Ever since I went to a progressive press, I use those cheap little Gladware containers for most of my pistol ammo. I think the ones I use are just under a quart of capacity, maybe 3/4 of a quart (3 cups or 1.5 pints I guess ). Anyway, they hold about 225-250 9mms, 150-160 .38s or .45 ACP, and about 100 .44 Magnum-sized rounds. They also hold about 125 .223 rounds too, FWIW. I do still use the little boxes for good rifle match ammo, hunting rifle ammo and .357 and .44 Magnum ammo (not my bulk practice/plinking loads, but jacketed bullets over full-power charges). Somebody please tell me I'm not the only one who measures reloading output and range days "by the bucket!"