Well yesterday i was bored as hell but had to stay home and take care of our new pup...So i thought i'd go out and shoot some .22 for a little while. As i was setting up a target i heard some coyotes fighting at the bottom of a ravine(steep, extremely brushy hill that opens up at the bottom). So i ran back in my house and grabbed my .17(centerfire), and a game call. I stopped to call about 75 yds up from the bottom, after about 2 minutes of calling a coyote runs out of some brush and i shot once and dropped it, or so i thought, but the cover was so thick i couldn't even see it. To make the long story short, i chased that thing around in the brush for 30 minutes without getting a good 2nd shot at it so decided to leave it for this morning. It had crawled at to die so it was easy to find. The thing that surprised me was that the little 25 grain hollowpoint left a 3 inch in entry hole and a 3-4 inch exit hole, i'm thinking the bullet must have hit some shit and started to expand before it hit the coyote...? I'd post pictures but no digital camera.