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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by mike28w View Post
    22 Mag for coyotes ?? Must be city coyotes at close range.
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    I think this falls into the category of use it if you have too but don't do it on purpose.
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    fucks sake..... any .22mag is for lights, varmints, and guard dogs. A few other applications apply that I won't mention
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike28w View Post
    22 Mag for coyotes ?? Must be city coyotes at close range.
    An older work associate years ago had a farm, and carried a .22 mag rifle on his tractor and 4 wheeler for coyotes. I also questioned the puny round for that purpose and his response was, "If you gut shoot 'em, they'll wander off and die somewhere else. I'm too old to be burying damn coyotes.."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkbite View Post
    An older work associate years ago had a farm, and carried a .22 mag rifle on his tractor and 4 wheeler for coyotes. I also questioned the puny round for that purpose and his response was, "If you gut shoot 'em, they'll wander off and die somewhere else. I'm too old to be burying damn coyotes.."
    LOL... well I wouldn't argue with the voice of experience. I imagine the 22 mag works just fine that way !! :- ) mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkbite View Post
    An older work associate years ago had a farm, and carried a .22 mag rifle on his tractor and 4 wheeler for coyotes. I also questioned the puny round for that purpose and his response was, "If you gut shoot 'em, they'll wander off and die somewhere else. I'm too old to be burying damn coyotes.."
    That might be part of the reason the IDF used them as well.

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