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Which gun is the supreme prairy dog/coyote gun between 223 and the 22-250?

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  • Which gun is the supreme prairy dog/coyote gun between 223 and the 22-250?

    Which gun is the supreme prairy dog/coyote gun between 223 and the 22-250?

  • #2
    i dont know anything about the 223 other than there is always a millitary surplus of it making it cheaper but in the hands of a decent marksman with a 22-250, 400 yrds is nothin

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    • #3
      If your target is p-dogs the .223 is the caliber you want, if its coyotes jump to the 6mm Rem. The .22-250 doesn’t do anything the .223 can’t do with less powder and the .22-250 isn’t going to outperform the 6mm at long range or on larger game.

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      • #4
        Tough one Both calibers will perform better than the average shooters capabilities. This one ends up being simply personal preferance.

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        • #5
          Tough one Both calibers will perform better than the average shooters capabilities. This one ends up being simply personal preferance.

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          • #6
            I like both cals. but the 22-250 will out shoot the .223, but the .223 ammo is cheaper.

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            • #7
              I like the 22-250. I have a Remington 700 that is a real tack driver.

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              • #8
                Still going with the .22-250, though we should really open this up to the .204 Ruger.

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