B/C in Texas curl out like that is 99% of the time a cross with a Corsican. Really big Central European mouflon will curl out like that - they aren't purposefully crossing them, they have just selected for certain traits over centuries of controlled harvest.
Most of our really good mouflon look closer to the Spanish and southern Med Mouflons - at least the ones I have seen over there.
Some of the European Mouflons will have some domestic sheep in them - somewhat inevitable since they live in close proximity - this is why, particularly in France you will see some with white points on them.
First of all I believe there are as pure of mouflon here in Texas as anywhere in the world. However due to demand (and some bad outfitters) a lot of cross breeds are being pawned off as pure. Therefore Hunter better beware and educated.
My question to you Sir,
I also agree there are some of those 1% in Texas. If top Texas mouflon ranches decided to improved their mouflon herds by breeding to the 1% with huge curl out horns would they be accepted as pure mouflon here?