Flat Shooting Gun
60/40 at 16 yards is much higher at 60 yards! 50/50 is 50/50 at all distances!
60/40 is great at skeet, but the average distance a skeet target is shot is 14-and-a-half yards. And a high shooting gun is great for trap, but all targets are rising.
When the targets are beyond 35-40 yards, shooting a gun that shoots flat yields much more consistent results and sight pictures.
We are at Nationals as I write this and we have shot 500 targets so far. And at least half of the targets are dropping in some way, shape, or form.
A flat-shooting gun allows you to shoot the real line at any distance!