So I’m a fan of Buffalo Bore ammo every since I was introduced to it by a LGS that I visit frequently. Well up until a few hours ago. So here’s the story, I myself don’t have to go to a range to shoot because my family has quite a bit of open property out in the county area about 30 minutes from my residence. So about 10:30 this morning I took my carry revolvers out, a S&W Model 60 and a Kimber K6S DASA Combat. Both are 357 mangnum revolvers that are capable of firing 38 special with no problem just like many other 357 revolvers. So yesterday UPS delivered my 38 special ammo from Buffalo Bore, today I decided to shoot some of it. The rounds are 158 gr +P hollow point. The ammo comes in 20 round boxes, but I purchased quit a few and the price wasn’t cheap, especially the fact that one box only fire 12 rounds. I took all the steps to figure out why 8 rounds didn’t fire, I disassembled both revolvers, I checked the springs, I inspected the firing pins and found nothing out of the ordinary. I checked the cylinders also. I even tried the various other brands of ammo in 38 special that I had and those fired with no problem. So it had to be the ammo that was bad, well I contacted Buffalo Bore by email to let them know and somehow they tell me it’s my firearms that’s the problem. I respectfully replied by basically repeating myself and now waiting for a response. My only issue is what if I was in a defensive situation and one of my revolvers were loaded with 5 or 6 of those bad rounds. Don’t I have a right to be upset or am I overreacting?