I'm just getting into coyote, long range hunting. My objective is to have 1 rifle good for elk, deer, and coyote out to 600 yards or so.
Im thinking along the lines of a 8 - 10 lb rifle w/optics that shoots a 30 cal. (300 wsm
, wm) bullet at 1 MOA or less.
I curently own a Ruger M77 MKII bone stock purchased in 95 or so with probably 200 rounds through it. Overall good condition. Bare minimum it will need a stock(I hate the stock and recoil pad). No I dont know how it shoots as far as minimum posible group size. I can shoot 1.5 groups without much effort at 100 yrds but never realy tried for better. Remember I'm new to this long range stuff. My forte is muzzle stuffers.
My question is: What are your opinions on working with this rifle or just starting over?
My budget is 1k or preferably less.
I was thinking of the Weatherby Vanguard SUB MOA as a starting over point. What are your thoughts on this rifle.