Handloads: Cold-Weather Coyote Hunting With .22-250 Rem.
Several propellants are a perfect fit for the .22-250 Rem. to fire 55-grain bullets, though speeds with IMR 8208 XBR are a touch slower, XBR is insensitive to temperature changes, a plus when hunting coyotes during the winter.
Handloads: .22-250 Rem.
The .22-250 Rem. is a flat-shooting cartridge that makes it easy to connect on coyotes thumbing their tails 300 yds. away and farther.
Latest Loads: A Heavier .17 Hornet
When habitually pitting your .17 Hornet against coyotes, or pressing it into service for prairie dogs in the windy West, you should consider Hornady’s heavier, 0.172"-diameter, 25-gr. V-Max bullet.