Originally Posted by Surveyor
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.