Cartridge box

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a case, usually of leather, attached to a belt or strap, for holding cartridges.

See also: Cartridge

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The flaps of the cartridge boxes were all unfastened, and bobbed idiotically with each movement.
Caption: Left: Well over a century after being built, this Indian Wars-era McKeever box and Civil War-era cartridge box still hold their color, a testament to the tanning industry of the time.
They took a few of their handloads from an MTM cartridge box and asked, "Why is it sometimes harder to seat the primer?"
Here, according to the MTM cartridge box, Hetzler has a .257 Roberts barrel on his Contender.
Titles of the newspapers include Armory Square Hospital Gazette, The Cripple, Hammond Gazette, The Cartridge Box, and Voice of the Soldier.
There wasn't just one cartridge described but four pages of cartridges described and illustrated along with pictures of their cartridge box labels.
Make sure to write the charge on each cartridge case with a Sharpie marker; put them in a loading block or cartridge box in ascending order.
To paraphrase James Watt, public policy can be decided by the ballot box or the cartridge box. If you're brown or black or anything less than rich I recommend the ballot box because that's the right way to change things.
He said he had the butt, barrel and unloaded cartridge box of the Fabrique Nationale pistol, which had been deactivated and then reactivated, but had not possessed the ammunition.
"Further, there was also found at his property a cartridge box with writing on it which could have been the writing of Helen Thomas.
On the battlefield, I took off his belts and clothes and then with my Bowie, took the ball out on the field as it was located near the surface under his cartridge box. I have it now in my pocket."