Shooting .32ACP and .25ACP is not cheap, but this ammo shot very accurately, from a multitude of guns ranging from 10-110 years old. It's a little dirty, but it worked well in just about everything. Anything that did have problems usually just has problems with most .32ACP ammo. Not the best, but by far not the worst ammo in .32 ACP. Guns used: Beretta, Colt, Browning, Walther, Remington, etc. Consistency was good, and fairly typical for modern ammo. Appearance is good, with no pits, dents, blemishes or discolorations on the bullets or the casings. Accuracy was very good to excellent. Reliability was average to good, as with most modern ammo. It is a little extra sooty tho. It was not so dirty as to cause malfunctions within an unreasonably low number of rounds fired, but it was a just a bit below average, compared to the White Box we all know so well. I see more inconsistency in how clean a brand of ammo burns than anything else.