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Best Coyote Guns: 8 Great Budget Guns for Coyote Hunting

Best Coyote Guns: 8 Great Budget Guns for Coyote Hunting

In this gallery we round up 8 of the best ARs, bolt rifles, shotguns and rimfires for any coyote hunting scenario.
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from Lee Nancie Bryant wrote 4 weeks 3 days ago

Obviously Beretta nor Tikka pay them so they don't mention the T3 stainless lite in .223.Super for varmint of all kinds.

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from Fred Kanney wrote 34 weeks 6 days ago

marlin 243 varmint gernades
55 gr.

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from Brian Shanabrough wrote 34 weeks 6 days ago

I'm old school .I still enjoy my Mdl 722 Remington in .257 Roberts. Hornady 75gr HP over 43 grains of 760. (In Winchester +P brass)Slightly over 3000fps..

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from hfedder40 wrote 1 year 14 weeks ago

That howa 1500 is a great rifle theyre truly a very reliable gun i have one chambered in 243

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from Jim McCord wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago

I would certainly add the 5# Bushmaster in .223 w/ a variable scope. It takes care of both pdogs and coyotes.

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from Erik Wilson wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

Sorry, 17HMR not even capable of Killing Prairie Dogs cleanly as I recently and disappointedly found out on a deer hunt in eastern MT. No way would I use it for Yotes or fox. Fun to shoot and accurate, but, thats about it.

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from Lonnie Williamson wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I find it strange that the Mossberg MMR and MMR Tactical got no consideration. These are quality rifles and are performing as well as the $800.00 models at half that price. If you are going to do an article about predator hunting with economical weapons then do so without an agenda.

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from huntfishtrap wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

OL has a pretty good selection here, but I would strongly disagree with your statement that the .17 HMR is better for coyotes than the .22 Magnum, it's just not true, at least not for the reasons you describe. At longer ranges, that light 17 or 20 grain bullet actually drifts more and carries less energy than the heavier 30-40 grain .22 Mag bullets, which are slower at the muzzle, but don't lose velocity and kinetic energy as fast downrange.

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from huntfishtrap wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

OL has a pretty good selection here, but I would strongly disagree with your statement that the .17 HMR is better for coyotes than the .22 Magnum, it's just not true, at least not for the reasons you describe. At longer ranges, that light 17 or 20 grain bullet actually drifts more and carries less energy than the heavier 30-40 grain .22 Mag bullets, which are slower at the muzzle, but don't lose velocity and kinetic energy as fast downrange.

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from Lonnie Williamson wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I find it strange that the Mossberg MMR and MMR Tactical got no consideration. These are quality rifles and are performing as well as the $800.00 models at half that price. If you are going to do an article about predator hunting with economical weapons then do so without an agenda.

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from Jim McCord wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago

I would certainly add the 5# Bushmaster in .223 w/ a variable scope. It takes care of both pdogs and coyotes.

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from Brian Shanabrough wrote 34 weeks 6 days ago

I'm old school .I still enjoy my Mdl 722 Remington in .257 Roberts. Hornady 75gr HP over 43 grains of 760. (In Winchester +P brass)Slightly over 3000fps..

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from Fred Kanney wrote 34 weeks 6 days ago

marlin 243 varmint gernades
55 gr.

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from Erik Wilson wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

Sorry, 17HMR not even capable of Killing Prairie Dogs cleanly as I recently and disappointedly found out on a deer hunt in eastern MT. No way would I use it for Yotes or fox. Fun to shoot and accurate, but, thats about it.

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from hfedder40 wrote 1 year 14 weeks ago

That howa 1500 is a great rifle theyre truly a very reliable gun i have one chambered in 243

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from Lee Nancie Bryant wrote 4 weeks 3 days ago

Obviously Beretta nor Tikka pay them so they don't mention the T3 stainless lite in .223.Super for varmint of all kinds.

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