Since the picture was taken, I've put on one of Mossberg's Dual Comb stocks on my gun. The Dual Comb was the first factory stock I know of to offer an insert to raise the comb for scope use. That brings up another, often overlooked, point. Mossberg may be known for inexpensive guns, but they are innovators. The 835 was the first factory overbored gun. The 835's little brother, the Model 500 pump, was the first shotgun available with a factory fully rifled slug barrel or an accessory muzzleloader barrel.