I’m not completely sure of the right terminology to use, but I’m hoping to learn from members about the Cape buffalo aesthetic I admire most (after age / solid boss), which is that the horn tips protrude no higher than the boss and preferably lower. Perhaps the terminology is drop or deep curl. Is this simply a genetic thing, and, if so, how prevalent is this gene? As I begin to contemplate a buffalo hunt I see a wide range of head gear, some with high tips, some flush, some low - the best (to me) worn or busted. Thank you in advance for the education!