Remington clamins that their Managed Recoil rounds will reduce the recoil by 50% of the cartridge's kick. Now that would be around a .308 or so of kick from their .300 Managed recoil bullets. Do they actually reduce the recoil of the .300 down to 2600 fps or a .308's recoil ? What are even better mangaed or reduced recoil .300 bullets that work much better. ( They do NOT need to be for hunting !! ) The rifle I will be shooting from is a Savage Trophy Hunter 111 .300 win mag weighing 8.25 lbs ( I don't know if that is scoped or not but when I would use it I would have it scoped ), how much recoil energy will it have if the Remington Managed Recoil bullets clock at 2650 fps and weigh 150 grains.