I think this is good advice. The light recoil ammo is good for practice so kids don't have a chance to develop a fear or flinch. Then when it's hunting time just put a regular shell in and don't say anything. Of course it goes without saying you'd have to shoot both types of shell to see where they hit.indianahunter said:I bought them for my 7 yo last fall. Had no problems. When he was not looking I put in a 95 grain silver Winchester that I shoot. He didn't notice at all the difference. So I just kept him shooting my bullets. He got a buck on the last day and it fell over dead with a 50 yard heart shot.
I'd say with the .243 just use whatever your normal load is.