This Winchester-Western Division manufactured yellow, blue and red cardboard box with the picture of the broken clay target contains all 50 rounds of Super-X extra clean wax coated 22 LR Shot ammunition with brass cases and No. 12 shot and is in near excellent with light wear and a 1/8" split along the bottom edge of the front panel. The product code "SX22LRS" is printed on both end flaps. The bottom of the box displays the ownership lines "WINCHESTER-WESTERN DIVISION / OLIN MATHIESON CHEMICAL CORPORATION". This box displays thumb cuts on both ends of the box and the tops of the end flaps are blank, lacking a distance warning. The brass casings display the "SU-1" headstamp. (file photos)
Date of Manufacture: This style box was introduced in 1956 and was produced until 1960.
Note: This box is similar to the Huegel # WCC-10 LR-4 variation. The differences observed are that this box displays blue printing as opposed to black and the bottom of the box does not match Huegel's sample photo. The bottom of this box displays the heading "Super-X 22 L. R. Shot Cartridges" in red ink and the wording is different due to the fact that this is a 22 LR Shot box.
This box is LRS-21 in Huegel's Super-X Checklist.