I too want a wolf hide on my wall. They are a thin skinned animal like a mountain lion or leopard...when I shot those animals with a 7mm...it sure as hell killed them but truth is a 6mm especially with a high BC 115gr DTAC or Berger is more than enough.
For accuracy you have probably heard of Robert Whitley & 6mmAR in Precision Shooting Mag. I have his 20 Practical upper for coyotes...I will probably opt for the 6 Turbo for my
horseback wolf hunt. I am greedy also and try for multiples of coyotes coming in to the remote caller, so have gone to a shotgun in the lap and an AR on the bipod. The leads on crossing coyotes are long at just a few hundred yards...so I don't know how realistic multiples will be on wolves that hang up beyond a quarter mile for the first shot and then are going away fast. Every 20 yards he adds is another hold and it is happening fast...oh, but the stuff of dream. If you are successful let us see the pictures by writing a story for Len.
Here is the link for Robert Whitley> 6mmAR Turbo
It is amazing how big thick furred animals look until you skin them and see how small the kill zone really is.
Good luck from Texas,