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What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

 
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Old 05-18-2011, 11:16 PM
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yea, way to go ,bbbuut gas was 30 cents per gal. good shootin. i did loose a few before learning to sharpen the bear razorheads. hey, i have a genuine wing archery thunderbird 62" 48lb at 28in. but the arrows dont shoot straight without the m. drenaline and sights. Good fortune and God bless.
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Old 05-19-2011, 02:42 AM
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

I use a 223 the most But i love to watch come apart dew to a 270win
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Old 05-19-2011, 07:37 PM
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I use a 223 the most But i love to watch come apart dew to a 270win
i like the 243 pre64 mod 70 fwt with a 70gr horny hp but it's too much for the quail killin hawks
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

.243 with 70 grain bullets or heavier
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

Most of the time I use my .22-.250 55grain BT. But soon I will be taking my .257 weatherby mag in the field with 87 garin SP.
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Old 06-03-2011, 10:27 PM
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

I have a savage 10xp 223 and a interarms mark x 22-250 that i like to use

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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

Used the .223 and 5.45x39mm in AR's and enjoy them both, but my go to calling gun is a Rem 700 LH in 6x45mm with a 24" 1-10" Shaw barrel. The rifle is very accurate, with my two favorite loads being a 58gr VMAX an 29.0 grains Ramshot X-Terminator, and an 80gr Barnes TTSX with 26.0 grains of Ramshot TAC. The VMAX load runs right at 3470FPS, and the TTSX's clock at 2878FPS. These are both max loads, so work up very carefully! i also run a 7mm08 many times. It is my all around rifle for deer, hogs, and everything else, so it sees a lot of coyote use by default. Great results using the Berger 140grain VLDH, but not a good choice for fur hunting though!
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