I have an ar that has been my go to yote rifle. It is a rock river with an eight twist and I shoot 77gr noslers. I suppose I could work up a load with a lighter bullet but I like the extra punch at longer ranges. I have a custom 308 that is just an absolute hammer so I figured before I go buy another rifle I would see if it could pull double duty as a flat shooting coyote rifle. I hve an awesome load for it with heavies. 178 amax with 44.5gr of varget but i have not messed with the light stuff much. I have a hundred ot so 125bballistic tips and 110vmax. What kind of performance can you get out of those. Will they stay pretty flat out to say 400yd or do I need to bite the.
Bullet and call my smith and start a build on a specialty coyote rifle in 243? The 308 is a 20" but it is heavy. I have an eberlestock
gunslinger to pack it in. Just looking to get some opinions. I have been getting into the coyote/bobcat huntin more and more over the last couple years and I believe I'm going to stick with it and probably be doing it a lot more. Its fast becoming my favorite kind of hunting