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Old March 8, 2013, 10:58 AM   #1
bc454308
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winchester 308 coyote lite?

I am thinking on buying a 308 coyote lite for varmit and deer or pronghorn. Yet I am read alot of bad reviews of the coyote lite in smaller calibers. I am not sure about the 308 caliber coyote lite how well it does. Can anyone assist me who has a coyote lite in the 308 caliber and tell me what their experiences have been with the gun? Thanks for any assistance.
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Old March 8, 2013, 07:11 PM   #2
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Cant help you on the lite, but I have two regulay Coyotees in 7WSM. They are both 1/2 minute rifles. Typical Winchester trigger. Typical pre-64 action. Good stock. Both kicked like a mule on steroids before I put brakes on them. My only fault with them would be their excessive recoil VS my other 7WSM's. Not what I would expect from a heavy rifle, but their felt recoil pre-brake was quite vicious.
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