Does anyone have any experience with reduced recoil rounds made by Federal and Remington? I noticed Federal has a Reduced Recoil round in the .308 which is a 170 gr. flat nosed bonded bullet and Remington offers a 125gr in the .308. I'm wondering if the advertised 50% reduction in recoil is actually that much tamer and if they are accurate. My son got a Remington Youth .308 for Christmas and he loves the gun but the recoil and muzzle blast from the 20" barrel is more than his 60lb frame can handle. He's a good shot but the other day he was shooting about a 6-8" group at 25 yards. I shot and almost had the holes touching each other so I gave it back to him and told him it was ready. Actually I had not loaded it and he prepared for the shot as usual then pulled or jerked the trigger in anticipation of the recoil and the muzzle was dancing. I told him I thought the recoil was a little much for him and he was "flinching". Although he didnt seem to care for my little experiment, he agrees that the reduced loads might be the best option. I 'm going to pick up a box as soon as I find one but I would like to hear from anyone who has tried them.