Locked&Loaded wrote: I got out shot by a 13 yeard old girl.
jrockncash wrote:Is that mask only for ghosts or can fat guys with little weiners use it too?
bgoldhunter wrote:A .22 will work for very close in work.
However, like some others, I would much prefer a shotgun. For coyotes I like a full choke with #4 buck. Much less of a chance to have a runner with a shotgun than a .22.
Man you fellows in the USA are so lucky. We don't have seasons on such exotics here in Canada. So how long is the season and do you shoot them mainly in the head or try for behind the shoulder? What kind of habitat are you most likely to find these exotics in? Just messin with ya.20bolt wrote:REDGUN
I have shot two with a 17 HMR 17gr bullet. Neither had an exit wound.
I have shot grapefruits and watermellows with .17hmr -17gr and never had an exit hole, just a whole lota grapefruit juice.
20bolt wrote:Not sure about the just mess'n with ya, but (and I am sure to be corrected)
1. Coyotes are native to this part of America, but just not in the numbers they are currently at.
2. You can hunt coyotes in such exotic areas as golf courses, behind the bar, or a few hundred feet behind your house.
3. I didnt use bait last year, but this year, I am definately putting out a stink bucket.
4. The season starts November and goes until March/April. There was thought of extending it in New Hampshire, but most trappers fought to keep only the winter season so the pelts are in better condition for harvesting.
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