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Need a 300RUM Coyote load.

 
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Old 11-07-2007, 10:47 PM
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I'm with jwp 475, one load, do em all. I use a 200gr TSX in my 300UM.
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Old 11-08-2007, 07:46 AM
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another nod for the one load. Life's too complicated to worry about the ballistics of two different loads.

Besides, you can consider the varmint as natures way of providing a live fire excersize.
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Old 11-08-2007, 10:55 PM
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Question...why not just use your hunting load? "A lot of wolves and coyotes" is still probably relatively few shots compared to load development, etc. If it is a cost thing, TSX's aren't cheap but when you consider the added cost of load development it starts to level out. BUT, if you want to develope another load for your gun, GO FOR IT.

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Well, mostly its an availability problem. The 168's can be a difficult thing to get my hands on in Northern BC, when I want them.

Noslers and Sierra's etc are pretty easy to come by up here though.

And generally speaking I only carry around 20 rounds give or take of the TSX's when I head out for a weekend, and like to hang on to them. I'm not really partial to banging out 3 or 4 or 8 of them at a coyote at 700yards just for because. Noslers or what have you though, thats a different ball game.
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Old 11-08-2007, 11:01 PM
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another nod for the one load. Life's too complicated to worry about the ballistics of two different loads.

Besides, you can consider the varmint as natures way of providing a live fire excersize.
Live fire exercise excise....I like it. And I do.

Ok, the real reason is that I'm finding that with the 168 TSX I'm getting resonable expansion, shoulder shots or ribs don't seem to make a huge difference, exit wounds are around 2 inches....

HOWEVER, the one that I shot with a 165 Nosler was chopped in half. Literally. Mind you it was only about 90 yards...I'm looking for that sort of expansion at 300+...

(I REAAAALLLLLY hate coyotes. Wolves get shot with whatever is handy.)

Thanks for all the posts so far guys, I'm appreciatingit no end. And it gives me a place to start.
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Old 11-09-2007, 05:43 AM
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Live fire exercise excise....I like it. And I do.

"HOWEVER, the one that I shot with a 165 Nosler was chopped in half. Literally."
If you think that 165 Nosler was impressive, just wait til you whack one with a 110 V-Max out of a 300 RUM!!.

You'll need a sponge to take it home.


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Old 11-09-2007, 07:51 PM
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If you think that 165 Nosler was impressive, just wait til you whack one with a 110 V-Max out of a 300 RUM!!.

You'll need a sponge to take it home.


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You will also get similar results with a 155 AMAX.
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I've killed many a Coyote and a few Wolves with my 300 RUM using what was in the chamber and intended for big stuff. The 200 AB.

I would have had to pass on a few if I had to unload and reload with a different bullet.

I pretty much have my corrections memorized for that rifle with my go to Big Game load, why worry about two charts and confuse the issue.
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