Just curious, haven't tried it. What I have been doing is fooling with black powder in .45 Colt.
Using just smokeless powders, I am accustomed to seeing more and more lead as bullet weight, hardness and velocity increase. I have spent a bunch of time and money gunsmithing that Redhawk of mine and I was down to a tiny amount of tolerable leading after many rounds with good accuracy. I felt like I had the Redhawk dialed in and was fooling with BP for the fun of it.
Loading BP with a lube cookie between the powder charge and bullet base, now I know what "no leading" looks like. My gun has never before been this clean.
So I am wondering about putting a lube cookie in between the bullet base and a charge of smokeless.
FWIW I am using 45-45-10% (by weight) beeswax- crisco- olive oil. Melted together in a double boiler, and then poured out liquid onto a layer of tin foil to cool, my lube cookies run a reasonably consistent .010" to .015" thick, I punch them out with a empty cartridge case so I have a push fit against the case wall.