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When I go to the indoor range I use this ammo exclusively in my Beretta Tomcats. (I use hollow point when I'm in concealed carry mode, which ends up costing 2-3 times the Federal FMJ round). Beretta specifically says do not use anything with a muzzle velocity of over 130 fp. Using higher power rounds has evidently led to some frame cracking issues on Tomcats, which I like very much, due to 1) no unpleasant recoil 2) tip-up barrel 3) blowback design 4) manual safety 5) accuracy for a mouse gun. That manufacturer's warning would exclude Fiocchi and several other target grade brands of ammo. .32 ACP is not that easy a round to find anywhere, and at Ammunition to Go's sale price, I had to buy a case of 1000. Be careful not to order .32 NAA, because that will not work in .32 ACP pistols.