Shooting Tips: 8 Keys to Hit More Coyotes

by John B. Snow, OutdoorLife.com  |  published on December 31, 2013

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Coyotes can be one of the toughest challenges for a rifleman. They are relatively small targets, they’re constantly on the move, and their keen eyesight usually keeps them at a long range from the gun.

But, with these 8 tips, you’ll hit more coyotes this winter.

1) BRUSH
Choose a spot with low brush in front and ample vegetation behind you to break up your silhouette. Don’t skyline yourself.

2) TRIGGER
To develop a smooth trigger break, keep the trigger hand relaxed. A death grip on the rifle will degrade your marksmanship.

3) SCOPE
Keep your scope’s magnification under 6X for a better field of view and to increase your speed for follow-up shots.

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