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What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

 
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Old 04-25-2010, 12:43 PM
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

I chalk it up to alcohol abuse
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Bingo.
I have a few too many wines at this party, luckily for me I got home before I really got the full effects of it, so all I did was be a jsrk on LRH website and not feel good till about 10 am.

It was very good tasting Chardonnay, but it must have had some very high alchohol content because I was out of it.
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

My Savage VLP in .25-06 does its best with the Nos 85gr BT powered with
54.5gr RL17 and Rem 9 1/2, getting 3500fps. Best group was 5/16" on a
calm day.
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Re: What's your caliber of choice, for coyotes?

I use Remington LVSF's, 223 50gr NBT's,LVSF 22-250 55gr NBT. Also I've used my VSSF in 223, 50gr NBT and VSSF 22-250, 55gr NBT. I am reloading my Rem 25-06 Sendero with 100gr NBT for my long range yotes. My go to gun is my LVSF 22-250. I would also like to purchase a LVSF 243, anyone have 1 for sale?
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I've been using a .223, but have had several "runners" that I've had a hard time recoverying. So, I decided to go with a caliber that would have a little more knock-down power and purchased a Stevens .25-06. I'm still putting the reloading materials together, so I've not had a chance to shoot it at the range or hunt with it, yet. Based on ballistics, this rifle should be the "Hammer of Thor".

What's your caliber of choice, for hunting coyotes?

Thank you, Bowhunter57
I may have missed it but I didn't see a 223 AI. I recently built one an I am very impressed.

It gets close to the 22/250 and will hustle the 45 to 50grain bullets 200 ft/sec faster than the
stock 223.

It is easy to fire form and will still fit and feed in the AR type rifle.

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