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Old 10-16-2013, 12:06 AM   #11
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I am looking for a coyote rifle, any suggestions?
Any preference on calibers?

I use this 25.06 for anything from spike wapiti all the way down to McDonalds Happymeal toys

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Old 10-16-2013, 12:09 AM   #12
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I want one done in brown. That is beautiful! Nice work!!! Does it hold up good in the rain and snow?
Once the clear coat cures(7 days) I use a auto polymer car polish on it.
It sheds water, and is tough as nails.
Tougher than wood.


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Check out the Marlin X7VH. I bought one a couple years ago, put a Nikon 4-12 with BDC on it. I tagged three at about 200 yards and it turned them upside down! Very accurate rifle and the trigger system is a dream come true!

You can buy one for about $319. and add scope.

"The X7VH has been built for those who demand premium features at a fair price. Noteworthy features include our adjustable Pro-Fire™ trigger system, Soft-Tech™ recoil pad, fluted bolt for speed and smoothness, a pillar bedded stock for accuracy and recessed "target style" muzzle crown Price right, the X7 is a rifle that you can be proud of at a price you can afford"

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It really does not matter. The Sioux culture says, a Coyote will howl over the last humans grave. They win in the end.

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I use this 25.06 for anything from spike wapiti all the way down to McDonalds Happymeal toys
Using the same rifle for both varmints and big game tends to make the owner a lot handier with his/her hunting rifle.
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Steven Model 200 in .22-250. I LOVE IT Coyotes hate it...

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I would recommend a Mossberg MVP. Great guns. They have a model for long range shooting and close quarters stuff. I have the more compact, close quarters stuff. couldn't be more happy with it. Definitely worth looking into.

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nitestalker I have a question. Who is going to bury the last human?

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Just before she claims back all of her land.


anyway isnt the 22 250 for these critters?

or similarly to deer, have they grown kevlar hides?

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