Both of those rifle shoot exteemly well. If it were my money to spend I would go with the PP ( actually I did it wil be here tomorow)over the coyote. the reason is that the PP has a 8 twist national match barrel. the coyote has a 9 twist thiner profile barrel. ON PAPER the pp will take longer to suffer from heat related accuacy issues during long strings of fire. The PP will also give you the option of shooting the heavier high BC bulles like the 77 grain match king or the 77 grain Nosler CC. It will shoot the lighter varmint rounds equally well. The national match barrel adds just enough weight to be rock stable with out having to carry a truck axle on a hunt. The PP is so well built, you can shoot it in any match rifle compition where an autoloader is welcome and not be underguned. (The PP isn't service rifle legal because the barrel is a true free floated barrel and servics rifles don't have free floated barrels.) all in all the PP is in my opinion a more well rounded rifle than the coyote. If you fancy killing paper targets from the 500 yard line as well as killing coyotes at any range the bullet has enough energy to get it done, the PP is your goto upper.
Edited by rdsii64 (03/14/11 07:45 PM)
.308 Howa 1500 Varmint, EGW flat base, Medalist MkII stock
.223 Howa 1500 Varmint, EGW flat base, Medalist 6655 stock
RRA 20" predator pursuit, Magpul PRS, Vortex 6.5-20X44MM, SWFA SSALT Mount, ALG trigger.