I have a hand made, wooden shooter’s and reloader’s box w/ reloading tools, ammunition components and loading notes dated 1934. Among it’s contents are cardboard boxes of loose packed, .30 caliber, spire point, boat tail, copper jacketed bullets mailed from: “National Rifle Association, Barr Building, Washington, D.C.” There is a larger, book-shaped cardboard box (used for storage, original contents unknown) mailed from “NRA SERVICE COMPANY, (INCORPORATED), Supply Base, Barr Building, Washington, D.C.” Interestingly,(at least to me!), the original recipient’s home address was “Mounted Route #7, Elwood City, Penna.” Apparently, the boxes were delivered on horseback, or more likely, on a mule! There is also a round tin w/screw top containing 500 large copper primers. Fragments of the original label remain. I can make out on the top “500 CARTRIDGE-PRIMERS” and on the bottom “Manufactured at FRANKFORD ARSENAL” as well as “suitable for black powder”, "is used for all Cal. .45 and shot " and “Cal. .30 Gallery”. The Frankford Arsenal label completely encircles the tin. There is no evidence of an NRA overlabel, so I’m guessing that the tin was further packaged somehow prior to shipping.