I'd be careful with Buffalo Bore ammunition. Don't get me wrong, I think they make fine ammunition, but depending upon your pistol, you may be lucky to hit anything with it. Let me explain. Or better yet, just read the section in this post marked "Fixed Sights". The info in that article states, summed up, that the faster a projectile leaves the barrel, relative to the speed of the ammunition used to calibrate the sights of the firearm, the lower the projectile will hit the target. Higher pressure, or lighter projectiles, or a combination of the two, will cause the projectile to leave the barrel too early. The sights are designed for a certain amount of compensation for rise.Has anyone had any experience with the Buffalo Bore 75 grain .32 ACP ammo? I've recently picked up a .32 for use as my "church gun", and I'm thinking the Buffalo Bore might make a good round to count on in case something should go awry.