Yesterday was a nice calm morning. Perfect for getting my 300 RUM zeroed out to 800 with the wildcat 210g uld's. I took my .270 with 150g sgk's as well to shoot my gong at 800. My 800 yard range is no more then a 5 mile trip from my house, its in coyote country as anywhere by my house is. I should have had some shells in my .270 but I did not. I have not seen to many yotes in this particular spot. Anyways my buddy was with me to spot and he just got done asking me if I ever see any yotes in here. I said nah, not that many, many like 5 in 10 years. Well just as we crested over a little hill, I see a yote trotting through an opening. I'm scrambling all over heck to get my scope caps off, rangefinder, shells. My buddy was howling to get it to stop. It was only about 200 yards to begin with, but I was no where near ready to shoot and he was now running. My scopes are zeroed at 200 yards, so now I knew I had little chance of hitting a running yote past 200 with out knowing exactly how far he was. Well I got 2 shells in my gun, after fumbling around for what seemed forever, the yote had stopped once like I said as I was fooling around, but then took off again. He was about 20 yards from going over the horizon when me and my buddy got him to stop and look back one more time. I estimated the range to be about 400. I put the crosshairs about a ft over his back and squeezed the trigger on the 270 sending that 150g sgk at 3000fps slamming right in to that yote. A resounding thunk was heard. I was surprised myself. As we were sitting here congratulatin each other, I see another yote take off doing mach 10. I got a rest off my hood, but just as I was ready to touch off, he went over the hill. Oh well, I still got one of em anyways. I hit that yote about 2 inches below the back. Never did rangefind it, but it was around 350-400. Just happened to have the camera with me as well!