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.22 WMR or .223 for coyotes? most shots will not be over 150 yards. also, what are some good rifles chambered in these calibers?

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  • DakotaMan
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    Another vote for .223. Get an accurate one... perhaps a used Rem 700, Savage or Howa 1500. If it has a 24 inch or longer barrel it will be moving plenty fast. I shoot the 50g VMax; my brother shoots the 40g. It is deadly out to 300 yards.

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  • J.B.H
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    Definitely the 223. Not only will it provide better accuracy, it will help ensure quicker, cleaner kills.

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  • Brock Holloway
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    223 is the best choice. or u could get a 17wsm when it comes out at the end of the year

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  • Treestand
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    The 223 is a good choices...But look for some USED Rifle in 22HI-POWER,218Bee,219Donaldson Wasp,220Swift,22-250R,204Ruger..There are so many good old timie Rifles in grate calibers that will still do a great JOB better then a 22WMR. my/2Cents.

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  • diplomat019
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    i recently bought a savage axis 223. it came out to like 300 with taxes. i got it at walmart. my first 223 so i didnt want to break the bank plus im on a budget. i read good reviews on it. and its already tapped for a scope.

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  • small game sportsman
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    I would go with .223

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  • Jonah Bass
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    by far 223

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  • 99explorer
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    Ed J. has it right. Even a coyote deserves a quick humane kill. Stay with the centerfire calibers.

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  • Edward J. Palumbo
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    I own both and recommend the .223 for coyotes. I rely on the .22 WMR for ground squirrels and other small game but can't recommend the rimfire cartridge for coyotes.

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  • habben97
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    bubba, I have one of those in .243 win. it is giving me problems and I have had enough. plus ammo is a little expensive. anyway, how about the rossi wizard? how much is that?

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  • FirstBubba
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    .223 iver. 22 mag. Look at the H&R Handi-rifle.

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  • E_Blair
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    Use enough gun. You probably want to go with .223, especially at 100+ yds.

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  • fisherking1999
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    Cant go wrong with the .223. Under $250 with a scope would be hard to find. Maybe a used one?

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