At the gunshop I help out at, there is a set of shelves that we have been stacking loose and packaged ammo we acquire from traded in guns and purchases. It has become quite unsightly and I have been organizing calibers, separating full factory boxes from partial ones, and taking partial boxes of the same brand, caliber, grain weight, and bullet type, then combining them into full factory boxes. I should be done with it tomorrow and I was told that I could have any loose ammo I want! There is several hundred rounds of ammo I can use (38 S&W, 300 Winmag, 7.62x54r, 7.62x39, 45 Colt, ect...). There is even a couple hundred pieces of brass in calibers I reload. It shows that a little initiative and work can be well rewarded and it's nice to be appreciated.