You want to kill more coyotes this winter … right? For now, set aside the off-the-wall strategies and gizmos. The simplest answer to more coyotes is to hunt with a partner. Here’s why.
One coyote can be hard enough to fool, but add two or more and your chances at clearing the field decrease drastically. Here are some tricks to help you handle multiple coyotes when seconds matter and eyes and ears are everywhere.
Browning's X-Bolt Max Varmint/Target rifle features a composite Max stock with a height-adjustable comb, LOP spacers, vertical pistol grip, muzzle brake, stainless bull barrel with fluting, extended bolt handle and a Picatinny fore-end rail.
Browning's ammunition line hasn't been around long, and is still quietly expanding—but what we've seen so far has been quality stuff. The company's latest addition to its centerfire family is BXV, a load developed specifically with varmints and predators in mind. Here are four things you need to know.
There's no doubt about it, Winchester's Shot-Lok technology has been a full-fledged revolution. Though originally designed with turkeys in mind, the concept has expanded to upland loads and, for 2016, will enter a not-so-feathered market. Coyotes, hogs and varmints the world over will be testing their luck against Varmint X shotshells going forward.