Over in this thread: http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1355957 someone mentions that Buffalo Bore has a ".32 ACP +P" round. Of course, there is not +P standard for .32 ACP, so all that means is an overloaded .32 ACP round. In their tech data and FAQ it becomes pretty obvious that they've done no extensive metallurgical failure testing. They have no idea how many rounds of this crap you can shoot through a given handgun before it blows up in your face. About all they can say is "we've never heard of any problems," and "the use of +P ammo in these little guns should be limited to just enough to test reliable feeding and point of impact, then carry the ammo in your LCP in the event you need it, but don't go plinking with it. " That's a pretty vague frickin' standard to trust with life and limb: "don't go plinking with it." Bottom line: it's beyond spec. and if you shoot to much of it you're probably going to experience a dramatic failure. That failure point may be completely different for a 50-year-old PPK, a 1-year-old P32 and a 20-year-old Beretta. You don't know. The round that makes it go boom could be the first, the 10th, the 50th. All you know is that it's more than your gun was designed to handle and eventually you'll have to pay the piper. Kel-Tec specifically advises against the ammo: "We don’t recommend using any +P at all in our P32, specifically Buffalo Bore." The fact that they offer this ammo makes me distrust them as a company.