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What Round To Use In AR For Coyote

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So my AR-15 build is almost done. Just waiting on the BCG, which according to my order status, should ship in about 2 weeks. It is a 16 inch barrel, 1:7 twist, chambered for 5.56/.223. What is the best round to use for coyote? I want a clean kill without massive fur damage. I'm new to this and there are so many options (though they are all unavailable right now with the panic). But I would like to know what too keep my eye out for. Also, what was a fair price before the panic for a particular ammo?

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Any balistic tip ammo would be good. No full metal

I'm running wisconsin cartridge ammo which shoots good in my gun but it is a lower feet per second round then other brands but I do not switch ammo so it is not a big deal.

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I'm outta the loop a little bit but i were you i would stay away From loads larger than 65gr and hollow points if ya want a clean fur saving shots.

55 gr bullets with ballistic tips should fit the bill great

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i agree with roosterslayer. I shoot 55 grain v-max out of my ar and they shoot great. i would stray away from the moly coat v-max cause it leaves a film in the barrel.

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With a 1/7 twist I would look at heavier bullets like the 60 gr Vmax or even heavier.

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