300 yards at least with a .22 long rifle. Mighty bold talk for such a small cartridge. Any concerns about killing energy left with whatever bullet you choose? Even coyotes deserve a quick and decent death. If money is no object and you want a rimfire cartridge, you might want to think of backing that .22 out and parking that new scope on top of a brand new Winchester Magnum Rimfire (WMR) in .17 caliber. Leaves a small hole. Just sayin'.I'm looking for a really nice scope to hunt Coyote's with. It'll be going on my .22LR.
Money no object.. what would you go with ?
Out to 300 yards at least.
david g ranes: Nope, the .17's are not good 300-yard guns either, but much better than a .22 that might get the bullet out that far, but I am not aware of any of the hundreds of .22 long rifle loadings that would have the energy necessary to do the trick. Probably the same problem with the .17's, but I do not know enough about what his plans are to be too critical.A 17 isn’t a 300 yard gun either you need to make good hits at 300 yards with a 223 or you will lose a lot of wounded animals you can’t be serious. David