Big 5, has given you what to expect from bullets in general! YOU must choose that bullet and velocity as well, distance will also be a factor. I have used my rifle using light bullets and hitting a shoulder will leave a 3 inch rose wound, not good for fur buyers!
I used to try and go with a 55 grain bullet (not a hollow point!) solid base and slow them down to 2800fps. This seemed to work well for me under 200 yards. It is simply a chore of experiment in that regards, trying to keep damage to pelts at a minimum. My little .222 was great for this kind of hunting and shooting job. I used Sierra bullets back in those days, now I use Hornady for the most part. I don't save fur pelts any more though!