I have never used the method above but I have used other methods ( expencive shop tooling for rim fire ect. ) But I have used the kit loaded ammo in both 32 and 38. The ammo seems to work just fine with no misfires and I think its a great way to use some of those old rim fire pistols that people have. The one BIG draw back is you can not reload at night because the ammo must be positioned correctly in the cylinder so that the firing pin hits the 22 rim and not the 32 or 38 case. You can buy ready made cases for reloading but they are expensive. The above kit with ready made cases used to retail at around $250.