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This is for you predator hunters. Lets say your calling coyotes and one comes in and you take it, after you have shot and expose

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  • This is for you predator hunters. Lets say your calling coyotes and one comes in and you take it, after you have shot and expose

    This is for you predator hunters. Lets say your calling coyotes and one comes in and you take it, after you have shot and exposed yourself, can you call at the same spot? or do you need to find another location since you may have scared other coyotes off?

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    No because one would usually use .223 or .22-250 with subsonic with a suppressor or subsonics. anything larger or without subsonics you would generally leave.

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      No because one would usually use .223 or .22-250 with subsonic with a suppressor or subsonics. anything larger or without subsonics you would generally leave.

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