Help me pick a bolt action rifle This will be pretty much for range/target shooting out to 250 yards, and potentially whitetail hunting, although I haven't been out hunting in forever. Firm top end price limit for the rifle alone (i.e. no mounts/optics/bipod/etc...) is $1K, preferably considerably less. The rifle should have... - .308Win chamber - 4+ round magazine - Heavy barrel (indifferent to fluting) - Factory bedded & floated stock - Adjustable trigger - Drilled for scope mount - "Good to go" out of the box. I have no interest in re-barreling, re-chambering, re-crowning etc... a brand new rifle. I don't have a good local smith and I'm not mailing a NIB rifle off to Joe Blow the tackriver builder to have it sit under his workbench for 5 months to earn two hours of time in his lathe. From what I've looked at I'm leaning mostly towards the Remington 700P or 700P LTR, or Savage 10FPHS. I'm not married to "tactical" rifles... these just both have heavy, floated barrels, and stocks with aluminum bedding blocks. I've also looked at the Savage 12 series, but the stocks don't seem as good, and the Remington VSF... but that stock is just flat ugly. Others that I haven't ruled out... FN PBR & Weatherby Mark V Accumark. I know the FN SPR is supposed to great but it is out of the price range... I don't know how much of that quality the PBR inherits. The Mark V is supposed to be a great action but I don't otherwise know much about Weatherby.