When I bought my DPMS AR-15 several years ago I bought several thousand rounds of FMJ. I've also tried Remington 55 grain. I realize every gun is different, but have any of you found a .223 round you've found to be exceptional out of the AR platform.
I am most interested in coyote size varminting and downwards to fox/bobcat size.
Thanks in advance!
Thanks guys. I had been looking at Hornadys 75 grain BTHP Match load. I'm realizing great groups at short ranges. Now it is time to go out further than I am comfortable shooting and see what my AR can do.
I basically have a bowhunter's mentality- I try to draw them in or let them work their way in as close as possible. That is not a luxury with coyotes in our area. They are very skiddish and not easy to call.
Larry, I'll check out Black Hills, never have shot one bullet from them.
I reload for mine (Stag Arms Model 6 Varminter) and getting around half inch groups @ 100 yards. I started with them after reading a review how the factory rounds were and haven't tried anything else to date. Shot prairie dogs 300-400 yards in Wyoming last sumemr, and that was last I shot it cuz things got busy in life.