Hi, since I have been playing with paper patching recently I thought I'd get signed up here to join in the fun. Anyhow, I have been getting very good results with 35 cals. and a .351" 215 gr. paper patch bullet. In my Browning B92, loaded with 15gr. 296, I can hold palm size groups at 200M with that bullet. There's no way it'll shoot that good with grease grooved bullets. I'm patching with drafting vellum from a pad I got at the art supply store, drying the patches on a hot plate, sizing to .359, and load so that I can thumb press the case into the chamber all except about 1/16". The bolt seats it the last bit.
Patching bullets is sure more work than just running them through the lubrisizer, but the performance is worth it. I use this rifle for cowboy long range silhouette, so it has to knock the rams over at 200M. Using this bullet, it has no problem doing that and puts the little 357 mag into a whole new level power wise.