Hi,new here and the first question that I would like to put forward is about these hotter than the norm rounds. I purchased online, four boxes of Buffalo Bore .32 ACP +p 75gr. flat nosed rounds. I did not notice the +p notation or it wasn't listed that way on the site. I have spent most of this morning trying to really make sense of the p+ & +p concept. Way too much varying info. Regardless, I presume that I should not have bought them. I have a 1914 Mauser pocket pistol actually made in 1913. The gun is in tremendous condition. It looks like it lived in a night stand and was rarely if ever shot much. Would the consensus here be to never put them through this gun? Or could I use them just for CC. Will they actually make the gun go bang louder Or could they destroy this gun with a single shot. I know this kind of round will shorten its lifespan if used repeatedly. I wanted more of a defensive round for carrying and they were all I could find. Many folks believe that the FMJ with deeper penetration is better than a flared shallower hole from a JHP. What do you all think?