Not in its natural terrain if it’s standing still you can’t. As far as 9mm is concerned you’re looking at a 1.5-2 inch drop at 100 yards of your muzzle velocity is 1300fps with 300 ft-lbs remaining. 6 inch drop and 200 ft-lbs remaining with 1000fps muzzle velocity. I’m not a hunter but that sounds reasonable and feasible. Even at 1300fps the 9mm starts to tank after 100 yards with 12 inches drop at 150 and 30(!) at 200. So your working range should be 75-100 as you indicated in your first post. My concern would be hitting the thing and it being a quick kill. 2-4MOA red dot vs a scope? Probably something with an illuminated reticle for low light. Only thing I know about coyotes is that they’re smart. Can you come within a 100 yards of one?