no matter what you attach, or how you customize ; shoot more first.
you will get used to it, and if you dont, your shoulder will all on its own.
I typically leave a rifle unloaded for beginners , and instruct them it's ready to fire. When they squeeze off it's unreal how many people jump...
If you squeeze as gently as you should, youll never see it coming and will fight off the wretched flinch.
Be sure not to lean too low and be shooting off the collar. That will give the impression of a huge recoil and leave your shoulder muscles sore, when in reality its the collar effected.
You can always sendoff a few dozen 00bucks downrange a few days a week, and when you go back to your .308 you'll be rocked and ready
THE SILENT TYPE