Don't know what I mean?first go here: Chapter 4.4 Paper-Patched Bullets- Cast Bullets For Beginner And Expert Then read this: Neither I nor the owners of the forum are responsible for your fingers/firearm.if you screw up,its on you. Now then.a few years ago I found myself saddled with a Carcano rifle. In 6.5.and not a round to be had anywhere!but I remembered something about an article in guns and ammo about a paper patched 32/20 round and decided that it MIGHT work in a "modern"cartridge...so with that in mind read carefully as this is a survival expedient only! Using some fired cases I ever so slightly opened up the primer hole with a one size bigger drill bit and poured a .25 automatic case full of blue dot FLAKE pistol powder in it and carefully wrapped a .240 slug with an OCB rolling paper and hand fitted it into the case.after I had a stripper clip full,I went to the range,and with safety goggles in place I squeezed off a round at a 55 gallon drum at about 30 yards,the recoil was light,and it was more a pop than a bang but the slug managed to penetrate both sides of the drum and travel onward into the bank beyond and I achieved reasonable accuracy out of them to boot,after that I sold the carcano and never got to experiment further but I suspect such a load could bring down small deer if you placed the shot right. IF you try this expedient,be extra careful going beyond what I did,a Carcano isn't known for its strong action!