I think I know what the OP is trying to ask. Just that his verbiage is a little off.
Not asking about weight, width, and all around size. I think what he wants to know is bullet performance.
I think I read somewhere...I'm just going off the top of my head now...that they tested several brands of hollow points in .45 and 9mm. They both opened up to about the same .71-.80
If that's what you're referring to?
You mean performance?
Cause in that case modern day hollow points in handgun rounds are marginal in differences now. I like .45, 9mm, and .40
Shot placement is king. There is no magic bullet.
Rifle rounds are a whole different ball game.
Hope that helped a little.
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