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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-25-2010, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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Default 32 H&R for coyote????

I have a FA97 in 32H&R. I 've been using it for coyote,but haven't called any in close enough yet.
Just wondering if anybody has ever used it on coyotes. In my FA97 my hunting loads are [email protected] or Lyman [email protected]
Two inch [email protected] is not uncommon. With a scope, I hope this would work to 100yds.What do think???
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-25-2010, 08:48 PM
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That sounds fun!!!! It'll work just fine. I killed several with a .22lr when I was a kid!!! So I know the .32 will work!!!
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A screwdriver would kill them too but every Yote I ever saw, seen me long before. My point being that you may not get close enough for your 32.

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Shoot a .32H&R 10" contender, and I think with iron sights I'd go 75yds, mebbe 100. I figure if I can knock a ram over at 100yds it should be okay on a yote. They come real close where I grew up in Southern AZ. Wonder how many 32 cal carbines have been used by riders to keep yotes away from cattle.

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I have no doubt that the .32 will do just fine . Just make sure that you pick your shots
The first truck that I had came from coyotes and a ruger 10/22 . If that will kill them,
just think of it like a gear head . There is no replacement for displacement

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smoke, you just made me think I'd like a "10/32" ... semi-auto carbine in .327, .32 H&R, .32 Long and shorts. Deerfield carbine style.

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I'm in just let me know were I can send the check . I know that there will be alot of people that will look at my post and say that he is full of crap . If you are confident and know were your bullet is going to go there isvery few things that you cant pull off . If you think of a hand gun as a really powerfull bow with less error it will put everything into sight And besides sometimes it better to be lucy than good

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post #8 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010, 08:09 PM
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Here you go Ruger Single Six in .22 WMR
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Good shooting Duane!

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Well, I'm surprised by the number of positive responses. I've used the .32 H&R some, mostly on groundhogs and such, and would have considered it too light to be dependable for coyotes. But then, I've never shot a coyote with mine, so I defer to those with experience at having done so.
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