I had a huge response and lost it on the submit. I say basically the same thing . Even the light 120 grn bullet in a 7 mag is twice as heavy as my .223 at 60 grns. and traveling extremely fast at even 300+ yds. You gonna get some damage. :lol: :lol: :lol: Buy a designated rifle for yotes in a smaller caliber and find a bullet recommend from one of our fine yote hunters. Now if ya wanna talk P-dogs.....................................................coyoteslayer said:I would shoot a 22-250, .223, 204 because they shoot very flat and have great velocity and you wont damage the pelts.
I would love to go out and hunt those things. I wouldnt even know where to begin though.Al Hansen said:
There is none left. Really.huntducksordietrying said:I would love to go out and hunt those things. I wouldnt even know where to begin though.Al Hansen said:
Al Hansen said:There is none left. Really. [/quote:1hn0eu9p]huntducksordietrying said:
There are some, just don't ever be foolish enough to share such a location as I have seen a guy take out a whole colony after we shared "our spot."
While I, personally, am a member of the "Red Mist Society", so blowing them in half is not an issue with me - I'm all for it! I'm not too sure you are ever going to find a bullet in 7mm Mag that doesn't do major damage to the pelt. Maybe a 175-gr. that doesn't expand quickly and tends to be more controlled or one of the heavy deep penetrating premium bullets.ridgetops said:What bullet if any, would work best on coyotes? Without blowing them in half. That's what happened when I shot one at 300 yards last year with a 150 grain bonded bullet.