Well I had another lucky morning. My dad and I woke up this morning to go yote hunting. It was about 20 degrees outside and frosty. We figured we would patrol around a couple back country farm roads and see what we saw. We were only out about half an hour before I spotted a herd of deer in a CRP field. Putting the binocs on them, there were no bucks. As I was scanning the perimeter, I noticed a pair of ears sticking up. The range was estimated to be about 200 yards, perfect for my 200y zero on my 25-06. I jumped out the truck, flipped the legs down on the bi-pod and let one of Sierras 87g go. At the shot, I seen the dog drop like a rock. The coyote was sitting waiting for an oppurtunity at a deer is what I was thinking. The bullet entered the front of the chest and exited out his back leaving about a baseball sized exit hole. Could not have been a better morning. This is #46 sent to dog heaven. I did take pics, but my comp is really slow and illiterate at posting them.