An ammunition box or cartridge box is a container designed for safe transport and storage of ammunition. It is typically made of metal and labelled with caliber, quantity, and manufacturing date or lot number. A rubber gasket is commonly found in the hinged lid to protect the ammunition from moisture damage.
The resealing ammunition box is largely a NATO tradition. Warsaw Pact nations typically stored and transported ammunition in single-use “spam cans”. They had crates that had a sealed zinc lining on the inside. In World War II, duct tape was used to seal opened ammo cans
This is a scale plastic model kit, assembly required. Paints and glue not included.