Hello guys. New member here and somewhat of a new resident of Kentucky. Anyways, I have become very interested in coyote hunting as I have many cattle and chicken farmers in my area needing help with the coyote population. I currently own a few SKS semi-auto rifles that fire the 7.62x39 round and mostly mil-surplus ammo is used in either hollow point or soft point. One of my SKS's has been sporterized and I would like to use it as I see it should be no problem calling in the coyote within 100 yards. My question is though, is this a legal round for varmint hunting in Kentucky? I have been told and later read on a Kentucky wildlife web-site that this is illegal for deer, but no ammunintion limits other than 10 gauge shotgun limit for varmint hunting is listed. If anyone can answer this, please let me know. Hopefully real soon I can begin sharing my coyote hunting experiences with every one. Thanks guys.