I don't think there is a factory hornet load that has 200 yards of reliable coyote gun 125 maybe 150 with the pointed 45's, but inside that range you should be OK, those stubby hornet heads loose what they had really fast. I had my hornet converted to k-hornet so I can shoot 50 grain heads at a reasonable velocity (~2800) the better BC's and more bullet wieght give the same hitting power at near 200 yards that a factory load has at 125.
But no solo shots with that load yet just a couple of finishers.
Question for you reloaders
My load has developed a problem, I am using lil' gun and since the weather has cooled off I am getting wierd results. one round works just fine and the next looks like a near grenade of an over pressure. I went through 1/2 pound of powder shooting gophers with this load (13 gr of lil'gun under a 50 gr head max listed by hodgdon) and no problems.