Just curious to see if anyone has tried the NTX's (lead-free) from Hornady on cat's or fox, shoot, anything for that matter? I saw a foxes eyes at about 50 yds but she took off through tall grass and I didn't see her again until she got up the hill on the back of the property 330 yds later. I thought I'd range the rocks on the hill just in case it happened again and I wouldn't have to let the opportunity go if it were to happen another day. Got the range and getting ready to head out since I thought she'd left, and she pops her head up again? I'd just validated my ranges with my .22-250 earlier that day and had a pretty good idea where my bullet was landing, but a foxes head is a small target peeking over a few rocks on a hill. I thought I'd kick myself if I didn't take a shot so after a few seconds of thought, I'd either kill her or miss? I took the shot and thought I'd heard a thud but wasn't sure since I was wearing ear plugs. I walked the walk and there she was. Bullet performed great at that distance and that shot placement, but I was just wondering if anyone's had coyotes running off after being shot or an ill placed shot messing up a bobcat hide? Max range someones taken a predator etc.?