Yep. If you get a chance at a running shot on a buffalo, he's not traversing the scenery across you bow...Totally agree, and add Blasers as well. Merkels handle well though.
A good British styled double (as there are others now building similar) handle like a fast pointing shotgun even though they weigh 10 to 12 lbs.
The German guns tend to have their weight much further forwards. Germans shoot a lot of running game but tends to be a smooth crossing shot and they start with gun up.
Whereas the British Double is designed for a snap shot at a fast charging incoming target with gun carried butt down - line up the muzzles with target and fire as butt hits the shoulder.
It’s different rifles for different styles and different jobs.