I read the ‘What rifle/caliber’ stickies (Thank you, Dillinger & opaww.) and the short list seems to be Rem’ 700, Win’ 70, Howa 1500, and Savage. The longest range near me is 300 yds. Google says the nearest 1k yd. range is 6 hours away in PA. That being the case, I’m not seeing any point in getting a rifle that can nail the ‘X’ at 800 - 1,000 yards if I wouldn’t even be able to practice at those ranges. So, considering that limitation, what’s a good common, readily available, domestic, off the shelf, industry standard, tool that will give me the biggest bang for the buck, either used or new? I’m a tall gal (6’ 2.5”) with a 15.5” pull. Are there any that come in an adjustable stock flavor? .308 seems to be the standard marksmanship caliber at sub 1k yards, but at only 200 - 300 yds. is wind drift even a factor? I’m not going to be shooting in a hurricane. Would I be better off with a lighter caliber until I can max out the capability of the rifle, if ever? I wouldn’t be reloading. Do they even make light weight match calibers? A police rather than a military rifle?