The coyote wouldn't win but your rot will get seriously hurt. That will ensure you produce a large enough wound channel and adequate penetration to quickly kill a coyote or fox even with a body shot. Colors vary, but coyotes are generally reddish gray with a buff belly; at a distance, some people mistake a coyote for a big fox. I think they’re the neatest dog ever made. When shooting a coyote it is also vital to make sure that you use a gun of sufficient caliber to kill the coyote with one shot, as there are many cases where the coyote will be injured but not killed by a small bore gun. I ve got a Gamo Big Cat 1250 air rifle and I was wondering if I could drop a coyote from about 10 yards away if I tagged it on the head.
My neighbour just stopped by for eggs and said that he was looking for an exceptional coyote killer dog...he just saw 6 of them this morning and our dogs have been going nuts! I recently picked up some Gamo .177 Armor pellets (6.8 grain) which boasted the ability to pierce thin metals and other such materials. Praying may save us from murder hornets after all. I haven't seen it with any kits so I think its a lone male in rough shape. build a spud gun, you can make a basic one for about 10 bucks. A pit bull terrier has shown Auburn's resident that heroic dog deeds don't just happen in the movies or on TV.The dog, who's lived with her more than two years, helped save both Tollison and her sister from a fire that erupted early last Wednesday in her Pine Ridge Road home. My two Pyrs are locked in the sheep pen, so the sheep are safe but I am nervous about my rabbits and 3 goat kids in the pen a few hundred feet away. I respect them. I’m afraid that the answer is yes, coyotes can injure (and even kill) a big dog. But coyotes are commonly run down and killed by dogs. If you want to shoot coyote and fox with an airgun, you need to use a big-bore (.357/9mm, .45, or .50 caliber) pre-charged pneumatic that produces more than 100 ft-lbs of muzzle energy. woodsie- with the history of your escape artists I would not recommend this. Therefore, the go-to reason for coyote-killing is, in effect, a great reason not to kill them. In a longer run, the coyote can outlast the greyhound.