Picture One: Group picture of four boxes:
Caption: At top is a more “head on” photo of the .38 Special box already show, with the “Samples Only” statement easier to spot and red. The blazer .38/357 is interesting in that it it is mixed caliber. I have never opened it and the label obscures most of the cartridges, but it appears to hold five rounds of .38 wadcutter and five rounds of Soft Hollow Point .357 Magnum of unknown bullet weight.
The super Lite is not pistol, but interesting anyway and related to the topic. The Blazer 9mm, with its side label shown below the main picture, was not a FREE sample, but was a sample box of unusual quantity (ten rounds of FMJ 9 mm) and I thought, again, related to this topic as it was a sample box.
Picture two: side label of 9 mm box shown in picture one.
Picture three: Winchester .45 Bonus Pack.
Caption: Again, this is not a free sample, but an interesting box with a cartridge sampling enclosed. It has 45 rounds of regular brass-cased 230 grain FMJ ammunition, and then five rounds of the 230 grain SXT JHP loading, in nickel cartridge cases. An unusual packaging for sure, and not one that seems to be seen much at shows or the like. It was produced years ago, like all of the ones I have shown.
I hope the above boxes are of some interest.