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For coyote hunting, is a slug or tight birdshot best for when they come in close? What Guage do you prefer?

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  • For coyote hunting, is a slug or tight birdshot best for when they come in close? What Guage do you prefer?

    For coyote hunting, is a slug or tight birdshot best for when they come in close? What Guage do you prefer?

  • #2
    12 ga, 3" and 000 buckshot

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    • #3
      Slug...2 3/4" will work as well.

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      • #4
        I'd probably go with a 12 gauge shot shell loaded with T's or F's. The shot size would still be big enough to give the energy you'll need and a decent pellet count for the likely running shot. I'm figuring "In close" is within 40 yards.

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