I need some tips on buying my first bolt gun. I'm looking for something for mainly punching paper, semi-long distances (out to about 500 yards is about all I have available). Most of my shooting will be at 100-200 yards probably. This rifle will occasionally be used for hunting (whitetail or feral hog, nothing larger). With that said, I've found a used Remington 700 in .243Win. It has a synthetic stock, but I'm considering it even as a barreled action for building a decent rifle over time. I honestly don't know exactly which model (and I haven't been able to decipher most of the models listed on Remington's site anyway), but I'm supposed to go look at it tomorrow. This will be my first real bolt gun. Numerous handguns, a few ARs, a 10/22, etc... so I'm not new to guns, but new to bolt actions. Any tips for what to look for or what to look out for? I will probably get it just as a starter rifle and then get a 'nicer' model later when I know a little bit more about them, I just want to make sure I'm not getting a piece of crap. I'm reading stuff at the Sniper's Hide now, but there's so much info ... guess I need some basics on picking a decent starter rifle.