I have a question for you hunters who’s wife’s shoot heavier recoiling calibers or you ladies who shoot heavy recoiling rifles. My daughter is into hunting and is currently 16 but when I get around to making my first trip to Africa she will most likely accompany me. She shoots a 6.5 creedmoor and a .243 right now hunting here as it’s plenty large for the whitetails and hogs. What is the best way to get her into shooting heavier recoilers before the trip. I have plenty of time as it will most likely be 2022 at least but I want her to be comfortable and not develop a flinch either. I grew up hunting with a 300 Win Mag as a first rifle because it was all we had available and while it was rather hard recoiler to start with I adapted and overcame it but I don’t want her scared of the rifle or the recoil either. I was thinking letting her shoot my 12ga with staggering loads of recoil to see where her comfort levels lie as she currently has shot high brass game loads as probably the hardest recoiling round. Thinking if she can work her way up comfortably with shotgun rounds may be the easiest and most economical way to get her into a little larger rifle before we get her one. What is everyone’s thoughts on how to accomplish this? Thanks in advance for your replies.