Our decorative ammo box commemorates the inaugural NRA Creedmoor shooting match, held on June 21, 1873. The NRA acquired Creedmoor, their first shooting range, in 1871, and our box celebrates the beginnings of this great organization. Using a rare dye sublimation process, images from the NRA archives are permanently infused onto the box’s solid pine walls --- an engraving of the first shooting match on front, with the original Creedmoor crest on either side. The crisp NRA shield on the lid is embossed using printing equipment that dates to the early 1920s, lending an authentic air, and linking disparate generations of rifle enthusiasts. A meticulous, five-step process is used to create our box’s lustrous finish. The NRA Creedmoor box is also perfect for storing household items and gun cleaning supplies.