Originally Posted by tt35
Bug holes are good. Minute of Coyote is sufficient.
Yes it is. My malfunction was forgetting some of the basic exterior ballistic issue involved. Going back to school (looking at the tables), and remembering that wind drift has just doubled from what you've been using. Looking at a 4" group at 200 yards, on an archery bear target (my partners got a spring tag), it's easy to see a hole big enough for a coyote to walk through. Especially a small yote, head on. Looking it up there's 3"s of drift with that bullet, but going heavier only gains me 0.5" at best. Meaning holding into the wind a bit in those conditions isn't going away. Plugging in the same conditions, the 6mm I carried with you is only 1". Going back to school I need to build a new cheat sheet.