We did a set this morning. I was not the shooter, only the camera man, but my cousin was shooting a SRT Hurricane XL TI (i think)
He took one out of a pair at about 35 yds, the other was another 100yds out and took off without presenting a good shot so we let him go.
Before we could even get the dog for a post kill interview, we hear 3 barking off in the distance so we decided to give it another minute on the Prairie Blaster.
Sure enough, 2 of them start coming in too.
There are lots of videos where folks pop one out of a pair using a suppressor and the one still breathing doesn't even flinch. OF COURSE, this happens when people shoot at dogs that have never been called or shot at too, but not all of us have that luxury. It's really dependent on the dog, some bolt, some don't know what the heck happened.
If you haven't seen my deer hunting video about the reaction of the deer when shooting suppressed
, take a peek.
I'm going to work on another one with coyotes but it's not very representational considering that you never know the reasons that will make a coyote run. Maybe he saw you, maybe he's been shot at before, maybe he smelled something wrong. Just never know.