Left to Right, back to front:
Top Shelf: allen wrenches and little screwdrivers, tooth picks (need to find some dental pics) usually there's Q-tips in there too, larger screwdrivers, trigger scale and several cleaning rods (Does everyone who knows you have guns thinks you must need a cleaning kit for Christmas?), misc. cleaning tips and brushes.
Middle Shelf: .22lr ammo that's been in there for like 10 years? not sure why, snap caps, handgun cleaning kit (out of all those brushes on the top shelf I didn't have ANYTHING in .45?), lots of gun oil (refer to the Christmas gifts above).
Oh dang it, I forgot to put my new bore snake in there before taking a picture.
I used to have a MUCH smaller tackle box but out grew it. So I got this one a few years ago and while I throw it in the truck when I go to the range in case I need a screwdriver or something, I usually only use it while cleaning guns at the house, and I wipe everything down as I use it. That's why it's so clean. As far as organized, I'm kind of a freak that way.
I also forgot to mention that it's sitting on a packing blanket I came across years ago. I've never seen one like it before. It is a soft cloth on one side and a burlap type of material on the other side. The soft side is much softer and more absorbent than regular packing blankets, and I spread it out on the table for gun cleaning/tinkering.
Damn, seeing your box makes me feel totally inadequate Now I need to go and get me some good box
Are you volunteering for the Freudian thread with that admission...actually this whole thread can go in there...
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