A bread board model of Altering-number Swirling Flow Type (A-SOFT) hybrid rocket engine has been newly developed and the static burning tests have been conducted. A-SOFT hybrid rocket engines have controllability of both thrust and O/F without any replacement of components in the engine. This advantage is acquired by controlling oxidizer mass flow rate and effective swirl number. The purpose of this set of experiments is to confirm the continuity, monotonousness and predictability of the performances of A-SOFTs. The A-SOFT BBM showed a favorable fuel regression behavior. The fuel regression averaged along spatial direction fit the shape of regression rate function proposed before the experiments within ±3.5% errors, and the fuel regression rates are continuous and monotonous along swirl number and oxidizer mass flux. The O/F and thrust data also respectively fit the prediction formulas within ±4.2% and ±4.7% errors. c* efficiency is evaluated with the Isp efficiency - nozzle efficiency ratio ηIsp/ ηCF in order to compensate the pressure sensing errors caused by the centrifugal forces of swirling flows. Though ηIsp/ ηCF in the cases of weak swirl injection was clearly larger than in the cases of axial injection, its dependence on effective geometric swirl number was not clear in strong swirl conditions.