I didn't know if this question should be in reloading or predator because it's a little bit of both, but this is where the bulk of subject is. When I first got my 22-250 and started reloading for it I picked a few different bullets to try out. I settled on the 55 gr Sierra HPBT because it gave me excellent 3 shot half inch consistent groups. Well, I shot a bobcat with that load last season which damn near decapitated him.
I then went back and looked at some old data and targets from when I first started reloading for my 250 and saw that with 50 Sierra Blitz and 34 grains of Varget I was shooting five shot just under an inch groups. That's accuracy I like and can deal with, but I read at that time that the Sierra Blitz (not Blitz King) is a highly frangible bullet intended to blow up P-dog and rockchuck size game. I then surmised it might be too frangible to use on coyotes and ensure clean kills and forgot about it.
Well, in the interim on various forums I've read where a few guys use this on coyotes to deadly effect and with minimal pelt damage. I am thinking this may be a good round for use on coyotes and bobcats in the 250 and just wanted to see if any other guys around these parts have used it on said critters and what feedback they have.