In my tests, the .45ACP ammo printed 2- to 3-inch, five-shot groups at 10 yards. The .40S&W and 9mm loads were in the same ballpark. This gives more than sufficient accuracy for a defensive carry round. Velocities for the .45 ACP matched claims: 1,043 fps measured versus 1,050 fps advertised. The .40S&W ran about 80 fps faster than the advertised 1,150 fps, but the 9mm ran 100 fps slower than the advertised 1,350 fps. As the muzzle velocity on the company’s ammunition boxes does not specify test barrel length, the velocity variations I found could easily be attributed to the difference in test guns, as a longer barrel gives more time for gun powder to speed up a bullet.