I'm heading out at early 30 tomorrow for yotes/wolves. The problem is that I wasn't smart enough to pickup some pelt-friendly ammo for any of my rigs while I was in town. I've never really worried about saving a yote pelt. But if we get into wolves (and it's very likely), I'd like to avoid turning half of it into a canoe. The smallest caliber I've got (excluding rimfires) is a 223. The only ammo I have on-hand is- Hornady Superformance Varmint 53gr V-max, Hornady Varmint 55gr V-max Moly, Federal Premium 60gr Nosler Partition, PMC 55gr Xtac FMJ, and PMC 55gr FMJ-BT. Of these, which do you guys think will be the least likely to blow out a pelt? I've taken yotes with the Hornady 55gr and both the PMC loads, but I've never really payed much attention to how much they ripped things up, I just know they get the job done. I'm leaning on the 60gr Partition as I've had em pass through a couple whitetail does cleanly, but I've been wrong before! What'd yall think?