I am looking to replace my Mossberg 500 with a new Mossberg autoloader. My 500 is old enough not to wear serial numbers and has a single action bar. I have had no troubles with this arrangement, however, it is time for a new gun. I am very accustomed to the top safety and am a Mossberg man. The following are VERY important: It be a Mossberg. It be an autoloader. The barrel be no longer than 22". It has the adjustable "Drop Stock". It be less than $600 when completed. It should be blue and black. I like the JM Pro, however it does not come with the "Drop Stock". http://www.mossberg.com/product/930-jm-pro-series-autoloaders-85119/ I really like the 935 throws a pattern tighter & further than the 930. However, this model only comes in camo: http://www.mossberg.com/product/935-magnum-turkey-81045/ Do I buy the JM Pro as well as a "Drop Stock"? Is it worth the cost of refinishing a brand new gun to remove the camo? Do I buy the cheapest Black/Blue autoloader, the barrel I want, then sell the unwanted barrel? This will primarily be a hunting gun as well as do a bit of target shooting. Hunting will be squirrels to turkey to buckshot for deer. I wouldn't mind having to buy high brass 2 3/4" shells to feed the 935, especially to gain the extra reach the 935 claims to achieve. Can someone describe for me the differences in range, given the same pellet density and 3" loading between the 930 and 935? Thanks in advance to all who help.