Don't let the model name fool you--this shotgun from Ithaca is perfect for close-in coyotes!
There are places rifles just aren't welcome, but you can still coyote hunt, especially if you're bringing along this wonderfully functional and rugged bolt-action shotgun from Browning. Plus, we've got one humdinger of a decoy from Flambeau. Check it out!
Thompson/Center's Pro Hunter Predator rifle gets a full camo treatment, perfect for staying concealed from the prying eyes of coyotes--and even better when matched with a camo scope from Nikon.
Browning outdoes its own venerable A-bolt in the thumbhole stocked M1000 Eclipse model. Plus, an eco-friendly ammo choice from Remington.
Ranchers and others in need of a tool to control burgeoning coyote numbers will love this handy and accurate semi-auto rifle from Ruger, in today's Coyote Guns, Setup No. 6.
So many guns and ammo and optics and more at the SHOT show, so little time! Here' my top pick from the first day at the firearms industry's biggest trade show.
Want a sub-MOA rifle out of the box? Then Weatherby's brand new varmint rifle is the one you want for this coyote season.
A triangular barrel keeps a Remington varmint rifle balanced back nicely in the hand and quickly cooled for repeat action--and there's opportunity for post-holiday close-out price reductions with some discontinued versions.
While there are ample factory rifles that'll do a coyote in, sometimes a custom bullet-slinger can make the hunt that much more special. Today's post takes a look at the very special rifles from Cooper Rifles of Montana.